What can I say about Tina?
Fulcrum editor. Dom lover. Farsi speaker. Cadence Weapon listener. Naughty girl dancer.
She’s cool. Certainly cooler than me.
So when she asked if I wanted to meet, it made me nervous. I’m not comfortable around cool people. I never know how to act around them.
Tina has this laugh though, this girly, ebullient-but-not-annoying laugh, that put me at ease. The way she expresses herself betrays a subtle maturity for her age. One of those people who knows what they want and where they’re going. Even with this maturity, she retains a youthful fashionability. She’s four years my junior but I never felt like we lost each other in conversation, something I find especially common when talking to people my age.
On the outside we’re very different. At our core, we have very similar personalities. Maybe this is why we got along so well.
She obliged me a few photos so I could see if I could capture her playful personality.
It’s obvious that she likes cats, and Dolly was no exception. Normally, I take upwards of 200 snaps when I’m doing portraits, but she was too distracted by the cat rolling around on the floor between us for me to get more than 50.
Tina was the first person I’ve met through blogging from the Ottawa area. The next blogger I have to meet is Sikander. I think I saw him with Lunato walking down Rideau once, but I was too shy at the time to introduce myself.