Kaarina's experience is somewhat the opposite of Molly's. Her homestay family regards her home-baked Finnish biscuits and cinnamon buns so highly that they are anxious to give them to one of their close soto relationships. Here Kaarina's baking was actually being given from her family uchi, rather than from her as an individual. In a sense they were giving her baking, and asking her to take more to their friend, because they wanted to share these rare delicacies with a close friend. Kaarina totally misses the fact that her gift-giving was being calculated from the standpoint of her family's uchi, rather than her as an individual. And like the stories in Module 8.1, Kaarina has been "pulled into" uchi in juxtaposition to the soto friend her host family wanted to share her baking with.