Despite my obvious train-wreck status that day, I enjoyed our chat on the plane. I even started to wish for fog so we'd have to circle a while before landing, LOL. ah well, the weather gods don't always cooperate, do they? Care to meet for coffee? Don't worry, the trainwreckage has been all tidied up and cleared away.
It was such a brief encounter but you made a great impression. If only we'd met getting on the ferry instead of walking off. Luckily both our rides were late picking us up, but why didn't we exchange numbers? You work for a Scottish wind power company in Vancouver and were visiting your family on the island. Let's talk more about traveling! Nepal, my island... :)
You had long black hair and were sitting in the gaming store at Tinseltown around 2:15. I walked by twice. Brown hair, sunglasses, black hoodie and jeans. I smiled but should have stopped and said hello...
Our new years resolution: to start a frienasance with the beautiful Jeff/Geoff who purchased our mikes lemonade for us hooligans. Look out 2011, not sure you were ready for this much friendship. P.s. You're cool beans, we're cool beans, lets make a cool bean salad - your new friends.... You have only to contact us. Simple.
U wearing a brown dress, threw ur nye crown to the ground. Running after a guy in a suit blue shirt white tie told u to leave him alone. Tried looking for u to see if ur ok but u disappeared. Been thinking of u since.
I saw you on the skytrain, then later on the street. Your smile was a great welcome back to Vancouver and a nice start to 2011. Thanks. Unfortunately, I usually have a delayed response to those sorts of interactions (kind of like a deer caught in headlights), so I probably missed an opportunity to strike up a conversation. Hopefully I see you around again. HNY!