There is somebody in your area that I have wanted to meet for a long time, Susan. I have had such a huge crush on him and know him from LDS forums. But I better not say his name because I don’t want to embarass him. I don’t know if he is in your ward or not. He is in 2nd ward, I think(Mid-Singles). I have not received an email for him for a year and half, which is half the time I have known him. It was sad to realize that. I have never talked on the phone with him let alone meet him. Well, it is has been so much fun just wanting to meet him. I know how all of this must sound. It has actually been rather entertaining to me to have such feelings as long as I don’t go completely off the deep end.]]>
Back in high school, um, well there was this really cool Star Wars fan forum, and, um, come to find out like half the people I knew on that thing were BYU students. PJ? Darth Legs? Are you out there? This is Hiroko… : D]]>
I still want to show you my U2 stuff and have you come over and listen to records next time you’re in the Bay Area. Really!
I hate living so far away from everyone!]]>
Of course, it’s possible that the difference is solely due to the fact I wasn’t married at the time. My spurious pet theory is that guys simply get smarter when they are no longer in strutting-mode trying to attract a mate.
On the other hand, I’ve always thought I sounded more coherent in writing than in person…
Aside from Cheryl, I don’t think I’ve met any of you in person.]]>
Anyway, one of the regular posters on this one BBS (People’s Message System #1, run by Bill Blue) suggested that we go skydiving together. About a dozen of us signed up, and we met at the skydiving school up in Perris Valley (about halfway between San Diego and San Bernadino). For most of us, that was the first time we had ever met face to face.
We all lived, by the way, though I was banged up enough by my landing to go into a readi-care center the next day to be sure I hadn’t actually cracked or broken anything. ..bruce..]]>