"I completely agree - printed books are incredibly important, and I think there will always be people who prefer that over the digital format. Like how audiophiles like vinyl instead of mp3s." It was a topic near and dear to her heart, and she knew she could be harping on it for days. It was wonderful to be in company that felt the same, though it was rare to find a person who believed that the production of printed materials should ceased immediately.
The stylist exchanged feet, and Juliet wiggled in her seat once more as the tickling commenced. It passed quickly, and her attention was turned once more to Serena.
"Oh, not long. We were dating for three months and then finally decided to make it official." There was no need to mention the strange occurrences between her and Nathaniel that would probably have told any other girl to run for the hills. And it would be impossible to explain the strong connection she felt to him without coming off as obsessed. Instead, she shifted in her seat.
"What about you? I hope it's not all work and no play," she teased, hoping it wasn't too personal to suddenly be jumping to the topic of paramours. But it was girl talk, and they were in a girly setting; Juliet could remember dishing with her own friends in high school and now in college. What better way to get to know someone?