"Sure! When is best for you?" even though you know you have a tight schedule.
"Okay! I'll see about maybe exploring some caverns!"
"Wow! Why not? I'd love to tell you about what's happening! I wish I could see you more often..."
"OK, but I'm warning you, it'll be quite boring! All I've done is eaten lunch; including my pet zucchini!"
Don't enjoy watching baseball, but know that your friend will be disappointed if you reject, so you accept.
Decide that fishing can wait for next week or even month, friends are more important than catching bass and trout, you were going to go fishing alone anyway.
Are really disappointed, it's obvious you can't say no, but to let your friend know you had plans to go fishing and let him/her decide, you say, "Well, I guess the more you starve the fish, the more they're tummies will shrink and the more they'll bite next time!"
Figure you can sit on top of the fence or climb a tree at the game; it won't be SO bad....
Decide to go water skiing with a small group of friends.
Decide to call your friend and ask if he/she can come over; you know they're free and will be bored and lonely otherwise.
Decide to help a friend preform stand-up comedy.
Feel weird not having to change your schedule to include others' demands.
Making electronic checklists; electronic so that you can change them to incorporate others.
Playing with or talking to friends.
Are said to scare the pants off people.
Are about a true friendship.
Consist of short, different sections that you can read at different intervals of time in case of interruptions.
Are hilarious comedies.
I Love Lucy
Read the books; Poe and Cristi are your favorite authors!
Read the books aloud to a lot of friends and family in the daytime, adding in wise cracks every so often so you won't get too scared.
Give some of the books to another friend for their birthday, without letting the friend who got you the books know. The rest of the books you try reading; after all, variety is the spice of life!
Write a heartfelt thank you note, but exchange the books for something else without letting your friend know. You hear they're really scary!
Ignore your fear of heights and accept so he/she will not be very sad.
Climb the tree and retrieve the kite, return it, then climb higher, to the very weak branches at the top.
Were just about to go to lunch, but know your friend cannot climb trees and needs your help. So, you postpone lunch and get the kite.
Are an expert at climbing trees, and your friend knows this. So, for the sake of the laughs, you grunt and gasp all the way up the tree as you get the flag.
Sing a funny song, purposely make a fool of yourself, or perform stand-up comedy.
Do a bunch of daring acts like juggle swords or fire and jump off of an eight-foot diving board into a baby pool.
Assist a friend in magic tricks.
Plan to sing, dance, or do gymnastics but be asked to, and consent to, announce the contestants.
Let your friends and family decide where to go first and what to do.
Really want to go on the rollar coaster but get cotton candy instead because of your friend's fear of heights.
Head straight for the Parachute Drop (the ride where you head what seems like 10 stories into the air then drop in a moment seven eighths of the way back down).
Borrow a pair of stilts and a clown nose to wear the rest of the day.