A couple of days ago, Hubby and I were talking about the happenings over there. The MFO is literally in the middle of nowhere, and getting entertainment for the troop is pretty rare. But this weekend they were going to be getting a visit from the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders.
Now, American football may not be appreciated by most of the countries represented at the MFO, but their cheerleaders sure are.
Anyway, we were talking about it, and Hubby asked me to look up a certain cheerleader that he really, really wanted to meet. I was smiling at that, thinking she sure must be attractive or maybe was originally from his neck of the woods, but no. That wasn’t the reason. This is the cheerleader :
Her name is Talmesha, and it is her fourth year as a Redskins Cheerleader. Most men would love to meet her just because of that, but Hubby isn’t most men. This is why he wanted to meet her:
[I’m] currently a graduate student at Johns Hopkins Medical School, pursuing a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Medicine. The focus of my research is breast cancer. I graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a B.S. in Mathematics.
Beauty and brains!! I was hoping he would get to meet her and have a few minutes to talk with her, but sometimes in cases like this things go too fast and there isn’t enough time to converse with everyone. So imagine my surprise to get this text from him:
Hubby: OMG. I am here treating one of the cheerleaders. She was bitten by a dog three days ago*.
Me: GET A PIC WITH HER!!!
Hubby: She left already. AND it [was] the one I wanted to talk to!
So he got to talk to her, and had a great time! Sometimes Fate decides not to twist our threads into knots, eh?
*Since she is on tour throughout the Middle East, it was difficult to get treated for a while.