Bloggercue Part II: The People That You Meet Each Day
They say first impressions are something. Vital, important, whatever. I can't remember the exact phrase, but everyone seems to agree thay your first impression of someone is A Veddy Big Deal. Maybe that's why no one ever comes to Blogger Meet-Ups, because we're all like "my hair sucks today and I just had a fight with my bank teller and I so don't want anyone to see me like this."
That being said, I would like for you to "meet" the people I met yesterday.
Heather, like Exador, is one of our Bloggers-In-Law. She's technically from elsewhere, but we've all come to love her through one of our own. As luck would have it, her visit coincided with our event. She is tall with gorgeous auburn hair, sparking eyes and a welcoming smile. She has a strong air of self-assuredness and two wonderful little boys that are her pride and joy. Any woman who will travel hours in a car with two boys under the age of three has an inner fire that I completely envy.
Michelle is one of those people that I want to take out for a beer. (I can't drink beer, but I'll get a coke...) She and I could sit and chew over ideas about politics and family and fun. She has an abundance of beautiful dark hair and a perpetually smiling face with intelligent eyes that make you feel like you're in on the joke called Life.
Kathy sells real-estate in her real life, which means that she has found a way to put her sense of confidence and instant friendliness to good use. When she came into Ivy's house she brought a sort of openhearted helpfulness and kindness that was so utterly cool.
Malia is a lady. There is no other way to put it. Everything about her has a soft gentility, from her strawberry blond hair to her bright eyes and her soft, patient way of speaking. I felt a bit in awe of her graciousness, actually. But my favourite part was this little mischevious smile she'd get after copping to something. That was the jam center to the sugar cookie.
I will swear right now that Rachel has the friendliest face that God ever gave a person. All of the parts come together in just the right way to make her really cute with the warmest, most welcoming smile. When most people think "librarian" I'm sure that the mental image they get is the exact opposite from the reality of Rachel.
Now, of course I think I've already told you about Ivy and Aunt B., so the impressions I have of them are second impressions. I will say that the things I noticed on repeat viewings were that Ivy has got some major creativity (Octopus bathroom) and Aunt B. has the most gorgeous blue eyes.
And that is the best I can do for you all without having taken any pictures.