Today I am being interviewed by the lovely Willow of the recently featured 'Blog of Note', Willow Manor. 1. Tell us about meeting The Hubster in person for the first time, after meeting him online. I wasn't actuallly nervous on the long flight over, the nerves finally hit me as I walked up the concourse and spotted his cowboy hat! By the time I reached him I WAS NERVOUS and he barely got to give me a quick hug, before I was off and running (as he puts it) to fetch my baggage. He says he knew I was nervous as I was talking 19 to the dozen and he almost had to jog to keep up with me! He even says the thought went through his head (briefly) if she doesn't settle down I can always leave as she doesn't know what my truck looks like! Luckily for me he didn't and we went to Braums and had a drink, I calmed down and we actually got to chat. The moment I knew we were going to work in 'real-life' was as he was driving us home. I glanced across and distinctly remember thinking what attractive forearms he had, so I knew the physical attraction was there to go with the mental attraction. I think taking that first journey to meet him, was probably the bravest single thing I have ever done! 2. Being the cosmopolitan Brit, that you are, was it difficult adjusting to living in the Bible Belt? Oh my goodness yes! Everyone thinks the UK and the USA are so similar, but I came from just outside London to rural Okieland and that's a big change. At times I honestly felt like I had moved to Mars it was so different. But I have always been an openminded person and friendly, so I just threw myself into my new life and went for it. You mention the Bible Belt, well that alone shocked me, just how many churches each smalltown has and how most people attend. I would say it took me about 6 months to feel settled and now this is home, I couldn't imagine ever returning to the UK permanently. 3. Apart from any people, what is your most treasured possession?This was my paternal grandmothers date calendar and I truly treasure it and have done since I was a very small child. It was always in her hallway and whenever she knew I would be visiting, it was always left so I could be the one to change the date. Even when my brother or cousin were staying, they both knew this was something only Sarah ever got to do. It was something special I shared with my grandmother and it was just ours. When she died I found out she had left it to me and to be honest it would have been the only thing of hers I really desperately wanted. It's like an invisible link I have to her and I would be utterly devastated if I ever lost it. Now it is where I can see it everyday, on a unit in the kitchen that I keep family pictures on. The hubster will never touch it without asking, as he knows how significant it is to me. 4. What is your motto? Live life to the full 5. Before blogging, what, if any, was your main mode of personal expression? Endless chatter! Here's the instructions: 1. Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me."
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