It’s amazing, but wonderful, the way that internet friends sometimes turn into regular world friends. And then it seems sort of funny to think back on the origins of your knowing one another.
And that almost seems funnier to me than just knowing her online, that we actually met at a cacophony of girly top knots and colored jeans. I guess I wouldn’t call either of us poster girls for the event.
Which is maybe why it makes sense that we’ve kept in touch after the fact.
Anyway, Margot and her fellow, Chad, were in town from Chicago for a wedding. They stayed in our living room and didn’t cram either of the cats in a stew pot, so they totally deserve a prize.
We took them to Homeroom, the land of a thousand macaroni and cheeses. And they came with us to a see Andrew Sean Greer and Daniel Handler be funny. They were easy and amenable and made me feel happy about knowing people out there who are smart and interesting and talented and artistic.
The artisticness was like magnets, drawing them the incredible, neon-imbued, Lisa Congdon. I interloped on their lunching (and took a photo with my fisheye lens.)
And then they flew away back home to Chicago, where they will continue to be amazing. I will follow along on the interwebs, waving my little admiration flag.
Thanks for including us in your visit to San Francisco, guys! We really loved having you.