Anyhoo...I've always thought it would be super-mega fabulous to have my muse sign my book. And I've actually had the privilege of meeting Mr. Muse a few times, but how could I ever present my book to him without him thinking I'm a total freak? In my experience, when you meet celebrities, you typically don't have a lot of time to chat, and I would need a minute or thirty to explain that kind of stalker-like craziness. You know I'm right.
So, I had reluctantly accepted the fact that the "real" Ethan Grant signing my book would most likely never happen...that is, until it did.
What actually happened is I mentioned my crazy wish to few of my friends and family, and this past weekend (unbeknownst to me) my lovely sister managed to get a copy of my book in front of the "real" Ethan Grant. She told him about it, and she said he seemed genuinely flattered. He signed it and even looked through it, saying he was "intrigued" which I think is probably code for "I'm filing a restraining order ASAP", but who cares, right? I sure don't because here I sit, with a signed copy of my book in my hands, and every time I look at it I feel like I'm about to explode with happiness. I realize this whole thing may seem silly to some of you, but I had to share this story because for me, this is an ULTIMATE fangirl fantasy come to life. And in case you haven't noticed, I take my fangirling seriously, folks.
I haven't decided yet if I'm going to erect a shrine, keep my precious artifact in a glass case like an Olympic gold medal or build a steel vault in my backyard. I'll keep you posted. But regardless, you can bet this will most definitely be something I will cherish for the rest of my days.
And to my beautiful, magnificent, wonderful, gorgeous (and any other positive adjective you can think of) sister, I know you know how much this means to me, and I can't thank you enough. I love you times infinity.
Still crying tears of joy,