Okay, I know this is a little early but I won't be here next week so I thought you could have it a few days sooner, sound good? I hate to deprive you all of my stupidity. I'm starting to think that maybe I'm entertaining myself more than anything but that's okay.
So this weeks wanna-be is a woman named Rebekka Galloweigh (spelled wrong on purpose in case she googles herself because lets face it...we ALL do it). I met this woman when I went to have dinner at the General's house while in Quantico. She is the wife of Delta Company's SPC. English translation? She's the wife of the supervisor who was over Austin's group of dudes in training. Most of you (okay like almost ALL of you except Bonnie and Jen Z.) won't know who she is and will never meet her but that doesn't mean she isn't worth watching. Bonnie and I got stuck sitting next to her during the dinner and we were forced to listen to her "advice/stories" that she felt neccessary to share with everyone.
I have to describe her to you so you have a good visual. She's a southern woman, basically a southern belle wanna be, who is in her mid 40's (probably). She's very petite in stature but very roundy in shape. She wears perfectly painted on makeup, big southern hair with big curled-under bangs and a snooty red dress suit. She holds her purse clutch as she walks around batting her eyes for attention. When she speaks, she continues to bat her eyes, lick her (too big for her mouth) teeth and take deep breaths in between sentences to make her audience wait and wonder what will come out of her mouth next. She's a Mary Kay Consultant (boy will that bring the googlers here) who didn't mind passing her business card out to everyone at dinner even though it wasn't HER soiree. She was awesome...the PERFECT person to create a character out of. I've added her to my internal list of "fun people to immitate" that I keep in my head. She was quite the interesting woman that made for some good fun and laughs. This one is kinda long, I sure hope you don't get bored.
(ps...I really don't wear USMC t-shirts every single day. It just so happens to be what I put on when I come home. But you can make fun of me for it if you want to.)