“So you’ll love her, she’s great,” Kevin said.
Helen snorted. “Not that great.”
“Don’t listen to her. She’s still pissed about the car thing.”
“She borrowed my car for a single errand, and it took six hours. I was very clear about what I was lending it for, and she took it on a joy ride. She even ferried passengers.”
Kevin rolled his eyes. “You got it back. Unscathed even.”
“That’s not the point…” Helen started, but Kevin moved on.
“Eddie, she’s a dynamo. She takes over a room when she walks into it.”
Helen rolled her eyes, and then sighed. “Ok, I will admit, she does have a superpower of getting impossible things done. She’s amazingly persuasive, and her force of will is something to behold. You find yourself agreeing to her crazy ideas without even questioning them. And later, you wonder how we all managed to pull it off.”
Kevin nodded. “It’s amazing. And it works even if you know her well.”
Eddie looked at them, not quite sure if this was a good person or a bad person that he was about to meet. “So, where does she live? What does she do?”
Kevin and Helen looked at each other and shrugged. “It’s unclear. She’s a bit of a gypsy. I know at least a dozen people who have hosted her for an extended period of time. She has a bunch of projects going. Sometimes she seems flush with cash. Other times she’s broke.”