It’s a much stranger phenomenon when it happens with someone you’ve never met.
audeo and I were completing each other’s sentences long before I’d even heard her voice. She has excellent taste in music. She’s a great drinking partner. She’s a hell of a table-dancer.
She has a wonderful sense of humor, especially about jokes relating to her age and/or table-dancing faculties.
She’s free-spirited. There’s something liberating about watching others follow their heart when you’re stuck (at least in your own mind) being a corporate cog.
She can write. There’s a wise ol’ owl cooped up (ha!) in that pretty little head. She’s responsible for me encountering the writing of Garrison Keillor, so she clearly has good taste in the written word as well.
She’s audeo, or, as I like to call her, brooooooooooooooooooonay. She’s my Wonder Twin. Duncan Frickie gives her two thumbs up, and are you going to argue with Duncan Frickin’ Frickie?
I didn’t think so.