There are so many things I admire about you, and I feel in a many ways that we are kindred spirits. I love your taste of adventure and your wild and witty sense-of-humor. I admire the energy you invest in friends and family when any one of us other mere mortals might choose to sit on the couch and watch TV instead. Not you! You will attend the concert of a Grammy award winning African style musician even if it is an hour away and doesn't start til 9PM. The experience is worth it to you. You (and your husband Aaron) will pack up your kids at 4AM to get to the cape by 8AM because getting as much time together is worth it to you. You will drive three hours to attend a CD release party for a friend, or to get your oldest daughter Stella to a birthday party in the Boston area, because the experience is worth it to you. I hope you know how much it means to the people who you bend over backwards for. Oh, they haven't told you? Well, I'm telling you now - it means a whole lot.
Quick chats with Meg's daughters, twins Sylvia and Vivian, 3, and big sister Estelle, 8. I interviewed Meg's son Miles, 5, as well. He's charming and fun and when asked what food was his favorite, answered "All of the foods!". But since I'm sticking to only women in this project, Miles' interview will have to take a back seat for now.