Okay. In order to keep out of what seems to be becoming some sort of guest blogging competiton, I’ll keep this short.
It was good to meet Loralee, a woman unto herself, good to meet someone who puts herself out there, raw and real, and doesn’t hold back. Someone who says tee hee and drums the table when the conversation lulls and is as much Loralee in the flesh as she is in the blog. And what I think I appreciated most about our 3.25 hours around the table is how clear it is that she is someone who reaches out and connects with those around her, freely and happily. None of that slippery slope of friendship or friendliness based on time or proximity or convienence. I think I know why Loralee’s friends miss her so much.
I never thought I’d say this, but I’m looking forward to visiting Utah.