I didn't expect two new members, Louise and Sonia, to join us. But they were game and joined us in writing nice things about strangers! Thank you Louise and Sonia for being such good sports.
We were delighted when Michael (Judy's son) visited us. He enjoyed the exercise too.
And like Val, I of course, brought cake. I hope everybody enjoyed today's meeting.
Joan Doane, of course, is one of the funniest writers I know, gave me permission to publish this on our blog. Thanks Joan.
Her website is http://www.joandoane.com/
I hope you enjoy her minutes as much as I did!
November 26, 2012 – Minutes by Joan Doane (Georgetown Wordsmiths)
While I was hoping to receive accolades about my flowing mane of hair and lithe body (and received surprisingly few of those, for whatever reason), I was also happy to hear that I’m considered smart and caring, empathetic and organized (you obviously haven’t seen my desk lately!), and also, by a bit of a landslide majority, somewhat humorous. Go figure! It was a truly brilliant exercise and a great pick-me-up for everyone. Thanks, Anne Marie, for the neat idea! Thanks to all my fellow wordsmiths for the mutual I-think-you’re-great-too-lovefest! I’m still having difficulties going through narrrow doorways.
Val brought cookies to share — a sweet gesture – in both kinds of ways. Nom, nom, nom. Thanks, Val!