I meant Barbara Lopez through Twitter. We would have little conversations together via Twitter. I would retweet on of her post, she would comment on one of mine. I found if I had a question, Barbara was one of my friends that would answer my question. I decided I wanted to take this relationship from a virtual relationship to one in person.
Barbara and I decided to meet for lunch at EL PUERTO (a hole in the wall Mexican Restaurant) in Rancho Cordova.
I was excited to meet Barbara! We wind up having such a great visit! Two hours later we were saying good-bye but planning our next meeting.
Who said Twitter was a waste of time? I would have never meant Barbara aka @brightfarm if it hadn’t been for Twitter.
I am grateful for my new friend, Barbara!
Day #299 of 365 Day Project
FYI Barbara talks about networking and reaching out to others. She offers classes on developing your Elevator Speech.
Church camp is awesome. I am meeting a lot of new friends along with having time with myself and God.
This morning a sizeable group from camp meant in the parking lot at 5am to hike to the top of Fresno Dome. Our plans were to be at the top of the dome at sunrise. Unfortunately the sun decided to come out a little earlier then we had planned. We still enjoyed our hike to the top where I had this picture taken.
Day # 245 of 365 Day Gratitude Project
I love going to little hole in the wall places to eat. Que Vie is a favorite of mine located in Cameron Park. I have never ordered anything I didn’t like!
Day # 226 of 365 Day Gratitude Project.
Grateful for Que Vie in Cameron Park.
This was a fun evening. Ladies from NCL got together with vegetables from their gardens and made a fabulous meal including appetizers, soup, main course and a apple cake for dessert.
Fun times with NCL friends.
Day #225 of 365
I am grateful for my Twitter friends.
This is just a handful of the people that I have had the pleasure to get to know on Twitter. For anyone that says Twitter is a waste of time, they haven’t got to know the great people behind the Twitter name.