Her love of music is only matched by her love of everything nerd-dom. Not only does she frequent concerts, she meets up with friends every week for Dungeons and Dragons. She just landed a bartending job, where she will make bank while going to mechanic’s school. Her calendar makes mine look empty, and yet, she still makes time for Joanne, Angie, and me.
Sarah is very friendly and approachable, which sometimes throws people off. A young man was walking by the booth at her first Planet Comicon when he suddenly stopped. You could practically hear the screeching of tires as he tripped over his own feet. He looked at her a little dumbfounded and asked, “Did you make eye contact with me?” I stepped back as she proceeded to talk superheroes, science fiction, and everything the con was about. Needless to say, he bought a book.
My muses volunteer because they are supportive friends, and cons are fun. I look for ways to thank them. With Sarah, it’s easy, because she’s a foodie. She knows what’s good, where to go eat, and where to drink.