How we Met by Dan Elam
It started with a trip back from Washington, DC. I was just past Springfield, stuck in the traffic of Interstate-95. A white Saab was in the traffic near me. As we went through the traffic, we sort of helped each other through the traffic. Once or twice as I passed the car, I sw what I thought to be the most beautiful woman I had ever seen.
Of course, a Saab is a boring, married woman's car. I didn't think much about it. Oh well.
But as we began to clear through the traffic, I could see that she was looking and grinning at me. By then it became a bit of a game. We continued on this way for a while. Finally, it got to the last exit just above Richmond. I put my arm out the window and motioned for her to follow. She dashed across all the lanes of traffic to follow me off the exit ramp. I pulled into a Texaco at the off ramp.
Bobbie followed me into the parking lot and we both rolled down our windows. I asked, "Do you have plans for dinner?" She just sort of giggled, so I asked again. This beautiful voice answered me and said 'no'. We went to a small restaraunt nearby and began our wonderful life!