Two friends who live in the same neighbourhood decide to meet up for a walk. They are suppose to walk 15-20 minutes to arrive at the meeting point and then begin their walk together.
Friend A walks in the direction of Friend B’s house. Friend B walks through the ravine and then in the direction of Friend A’s house. When they realize that the other is not where they are, Friend A turns back and speed walks to where Friend B might be and Friend B walks back to this same location in hopes to find Friend A.
They don’t end up finding each other or even crossing paths.
Both decide to go home.
Everything would have been fine if Friend A listened properly to the meeting instructions and didn’t insist on having Friend B leave her cellphone at home.
–Mara, I owe you 🙂