I met Sarah through mutual friends. She had just moved to Bend and wanted to talk about a business plan; a swimsuit that fit inside something roughly the size of a chapstick container. At the time, I was trying to have meetings outdoors because coffee shops can have a disconnect for me; I'm not as open or flowing with my thoughts at the coffee shop as I am outside. We began our meeting and walk, I had my camera gear because I enjoy the added exercise, plus I may have an opportunity for a photo (kill two birds with one stone), and the conversation/meeting was going well. We arrived at the place you see here and I asked her if she would climb up to the top off this wall and sit? She declined, then recanted and said, "I'll climb up there...I need to overcome my fears." A statement that each and every one of us knows we should employ regularly to grow. I never talked to Sarah again and the mutual friend said she had moved away a few weeks after she had arrived...maybe she overcame another fear and is right where she needs to be. I still try and have meetings in the outdoors.
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