This past Friday, Megan, once again ran into Trish at an airport, and was kind enough to share her encounter & photos with us. Thanks Megan!
I got to meet Trish Stratus again Friday at another airport in Cincinnati. It was a great experience.
When I saw her and Edge walking out, I walked over to Trish. She turned around and was like, "Hey, I remember you!" She gave me a hug. I asked if she'd sign two things for me and she said, "Sure!" Before she signed my things, she was like, "What is your name? I forgot, sorry." My mom told her. She said okay and signed my things.
I had a bag of gifts to give Trish, so I gave her the bag. She was like, "Aww, thank you." She pulled out the puzzle book and she laughed. "This is awesome. Now I'll have something to do while I'm on the plane." Then she pulled out the frame of the picture of us together from last week. She smiled and thanked me. She gave me another hug.
"Oh, this reminds me. My mom was helping me read fan letters the other day. I got your letter and pictures so my mom and I read it together." She looked at me and said, "My mom thought it was really neat that I got to meet you." I said that it was awesome.
I pulled out my photo album to show her the pictures from last week. She was like, "Aww... that is great." She thought one of the pictures of us (the one of us trying to hug) was funny. She also said, "Oh my god... I am wearing the same clothes from last week!" We both laughed, lol. Trish asked if I was going to the show. I said nope. She was like, "Aww, that sucks."
My brother, Brian, asked if he could have a picture with Trish and she was like, "Sure!" So they took one together. She gave me another hug before she left. We both waved good-bye.
Around 5 minutes later, we were looking for Edge. We found him with Trish chillin, waiting for their bags. We decided to walk up to Edge and he was really nice. After taking a picture with him, my mom asked if she could take a picture of me with Edge and Trish. They both were like, "Of course!" and Trish told me to stand between them. When my mom took the picture, I thanked them. They both said, "No problem."