My mimi is pretty incredible.
I often wonder how much I am like her. I have one of her (five fabulous) names. I have her “pug” nose (or so she says). I can talk a really long time on the phone.
But Mimi is the sort of graceful woman that I’m sure I’ll never exactly be. I make too many toot jokes, and my purse never matches my shoes.
Whether I’m like her or not, I find her stories fascinating (at least the first three times). Did I just slam my grandmother who doesn’t even use the internet? It’s okay. She’d think it was funny. I think.
I was able to interview Mimi for Lydia this week. Check it out HERE.
Mimi has led an amazing life, and I’m so thankful to be a little part of it (and anything like her).