We walked to Jim’s car and he opened the car door for me, leaving it ajar. I thought it odd that he did it that way, and he explained to me you should always leave the car door open for a woman in hot climates so she doesn’t get too hot in the car while he’s going around to his side.
He took me to the Five Palms Grill, a restaurant right on the beach. We sat in front and Jim asked me if I wanted a Mojito to start. “Sure,” I said. We viewed the menu and Jim ordered for both of us.
For some reason I was feeling quite nervous. Reality was setting in. Here I was, sitting at a beautiful place on Maui with the renowned Dr. Jim Carey. How cool is that? I’ve been following this man for ten years; I am now actually sitting and having breakfast with him on Maui. Yikes!!!
I’m very shy… Well, not really shy, I just don’t talk a lot. I was always told, “If you don’t have something worth saying, don’t say anything at all.”
Fortunately for me it didn’t matter that I was quiet, as Jim can talk up a storm and I’m a great listener. Not only can he talk, he educates. When Jim talks on a subject he knows why, when and how everything is. If he doesn’t, be sure that he will find out before the day is done.