Yesterday Bossy featured her friend Geoff in one of her left column features, which reminded Bossy of the funny day she and Geoff spent together in the fall of 2006.
It all began when Bossy and her friend Geoff went to see Bill Clinton at a fundraiser for a local politician. Bossy and her friend Geoff were campaign volunteers, so they got their tickets for free. Which was probably about twenty dollars too steep.
Bossy was so excited because years earlier, Bossy and Bill Clinton shared a rope line moment. In fact Bossy couldn’t wait to catch Bill’s eye again, because she was certain they’d fall madly in love. Hilary who?
But first Bossy and her friend Geoff had to wait in a very long line. Bossy’s friend Geoff passed the time by taking extensive notes for the imagined court case:
While Geoff scribbled the events, Bossy spied lots of very famous people in line, like Monica Lewinsky:
And Adam Ant:
And Moe Howard:
And Bossy’s friend Geoff recorded all this and more:
Meanwhile the line grows even longer:
Finally Bossy and her friend Geoff were admitted inside the auditorium and Bossy was thrilled to secure a spot with full stage visibility:
And so Bossy shoved over into a totally clear space with a direct view to the podium:
And Bossy and her friend Geoff were so happy with their new position in the large crowd:
Until Bill Clinton walked onto the stage, and then all Bossy and her friend Geoff could see was this:
But eventually the audience calmed, allowing Bossy to slowly reach in her messenger bag and pull out her silver Canon PowerShot A300 while the many Secret Service agents prepared to lunge. And it was this camera Bossy utilized to take the following award winning campaign shot of her future husband Bill:
Unfortunately, a few minutes later, Bossy succumbed to the press of bodies and the hours spent standing and nearly fainted around the feet of her friend Geoff, and so excused herself to find a place where she could curl up and die.
And thus Bossy missed another opportunity to seduce Bill Clinton. But you won’t be so lucky next time, Billy Blythe.