Monday, August 18, 2008

3D

I had the pleasure of seeing two different bloggers this weekend, something I almost never get to do. On Saturday Citymama and her girls came over and we walked down to our local farmers market, her girls are terrific and I can't believe we haven't gotten them all together before now.

And on Sunday Defiant Muse and her partner and adorable little girl came over for dinner, we ate too much and drank a bit and talked for hours. Aside from simply getting to sit across from her and talk the highlight was watching her man have a tea party with M, anybody who'll do that is a star in my world and it also means I don't have to do it myself. Dude. He also likes the aforementioned shoes. Heh.

It's amazing how this medium transcends into real life, and how once you get to know each other outside of the blog world you can almost forget how you met in the first place, but because you've shared so much already it's like you are starting off ahead.

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10 comments:

painted maypole said...

what a gift, these friendships

when are you coming to New Orleans for a drink? I'll be happy to have a tea party with M

crazymumma said...

well, its my turn to pout and stomp my foot at not being there.

humph.

Gwen said...

How awesome for all of you! (And I'm not envious, not one little bit. Nope.)

Magpie said...

Bingo on that last paragraph.

And how nice that you got to hang with them.

Mad said...

I sometimes wonder if this is what you will miss most about your old life once you begin your new one.

bananas said...

"It's amazing how this medium transcends into real life, and how once you get to know each other outside of the blog world you can almost forget how you met in the first place" so so true. it's one of the best things about blogging, I think.

Glad to have discovered your blog!

thordora said...

I've made some awesome friendships online that are just so comfortable in real life...it's so nice.

Kyla said...

I love that about blogging. Making friends who instantly become old friends.

hele said...

Sigh...

QT said...

I agree 1000% - M is so lucky she gets to meet all these different people, too.