I'm sure that there will be a story on this evening's local newscast featuring an unexplained tremor in the Phoenix Metro Area. It had to register at least a 4.5 on the Richter scale,and probably had suburbanites and dairy cows scrambling for cover.
No, there hasn't been a sudden shifting of previously stable tectonic plates. It was just a couple of wild Gather women meeting in the real world. Add a little iced Starbucks caffeine, and well, you get the picture!
That's right folks - Bonnie L. and I crossed the great virtual reality divide and sipped lattes on cushy chairs face to face this afternoon. We laughed uproarously for a solid two hours,and plan to get together again as soon as schedules permit. Alas, the fun would have gone on far longer but dirty laundry and school work were calling my name....
How did this meeting come to pass? Well, as luck would have it, we figured out our respective addresses are about two miles from each other. It seemed foolish not to take advantage of an opportunity to add another friend to our lives when serendipity presented itself so blatantly via dear old Gather.
So, what's Bonnie REALLY like? I know that's the burning question.
Well all the Gather men (and possibly some of the women) will be glad to hear she's blonde, blue eyed and just as gorgeous as her photos. If she weren't also warm, funny as all get go, and very big in the brains department (I said BRAINS you lechers!) she'd be the woman most of the other females on the planet would love to hate.
Now, I know you're wondering why there are no photos. Simply put, neither of us thought to bring a camera, and our phones are not accessory equipped. Besides, we had to retain some of our online mystique. That would have been blown mile high if everyone had seen me fresh from a Girl Scout Putt-Putt golf outing, and Bonnie just released from her duties as domestic doyenne.
So, stay tuned for further updates. Maybe next time we'll lose all inhibitions and break out a Scrabble Board or a couple of chick-flix!