You've got your traveling sock in hand with a need to acquire mojo. You really don't want another letter from the TSA (traveling sock association) so you've decided to do all you can to satisfy the rules and regulations.
You go to where the celebrity is doing a book signing, just so you don't have to wait around or pay someone to wait around to alert you when the celebrity emerges.
So there's a long line up. You don't need to deal with that. Just getting a picture of the sock with the celebrity in the background should be good enough.
Good picture of the sock, but with my dime store camera, lousy picture of celebrity. So to the line-up I go. Bonus...there is a woman from celebrity's camp who is giving out handfuls of recipes that are off the website.
Finally get to celebrity and sheepishly admit that any book of hers that I wanted signed was forgotten at home. Don't admit that while I want to buy her latest book, I'm too cheep to buy the hard cover version and am waiting for it to come out in paperback. Tell her that you did stand in line so that you could get a picture of her holding your traveling sock.
Debbie Macomber was most obliging. She even asked if she should appear to be knitting on the sock for the photo.
Okay so it's not true celebrity stalking, but I got my photo and didn't get arrested. That's what I call a good day!
Until next time
Yours in Yarn,