A Fun Lunch in Tulsa

While we were in Tulsa recently, Carla from Carla-at-Home and her husband were there too, so the four of us met for lunch.

We had a great time.  I had talked to Carla on the phone so I already knew that she had a soft but self-confident voice.  And then I met her and she was a perfect match for her voice (I love it when things work out that way, don’t you?).  I would describe her as quietly elegant but with a dry sense of humor.  What a treat to finally get to meet and talk to her.  She and Joe still have family in Tulsa so we are hoping that the timing might be right sometime in the future for another lunch.  One lunch just didn’t give Carla and me enough time to ask and answer all the questions we had for each other.

Carla and me.

Joe and Hubby enjoyed talking to each other too and found out that they also have alot in common.

I’m so glad we got to meet you, Carla and Joe.  You are a great couple.  And now when I read posts on Carla-at-home I’ll be able to picture you!

6 Responses to A Fun Lunch in Tulsa

  1. carlahoag says:

    Goodness, Sandra, it seems I’m blushing and appreciate your very kind words. I don’t think anyone has ever said those things about me.

    Thank you for setting aside time from your busy travels to meet us for lunch. Joe and I thoroughly enjoyed talking with both of you.

    And as pretty as you are in your photos, you’re much prettier in person.

    We’re already looking forward to seeing you again.

    I do wish we lived closer. You’re a great couple.

  2. Sandra says:

    Carla — Wasn’t that fun? I hope it works out again — we just didn’t get to talk enough!! 🙂

  3. Linda says:

    What fun it must have been to personally meet a blogging buddy. And a nice one, at that. By the way, that’s a great photo of you. 🙂

  4. Sandra says:

    Linda — It WAS fun. They were very interesting and fun. Thank you about the picture. You know, Hubby took it so he’s required to put the gauze filter over the lens. 🙂

  5. C. Beth says:

    I love it when it goes so well, meeting an Internet friend!

  6. Sandra says:

    I agree, Beth. But maybe I’ve been fortunate to have only positive experiences. Like all relationships, I’m sure there are some that once they meet they realize they have NOTHING in common! I wonder if that would end their blogging friendship, or not.

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