Monday, April 12, 2010

Liz and Vincent at the Utah Meth Cops Project

Liz met Vincent at the Utah Meth Cops Project on April 10th.



I'd like to tell you all about how amazed, and impressed I was by Vincent's eloquent presentation, and his obvious sincere dedication to this project. Sure, I was thrilled and excited to see him - it would be dishonest for me to deny that. But I was so moved by his speech - very moved and I made an additional donation. The men who bust these Meth Labs save lives and are brave, brave men but suffer terribly and need our help. I think that Vincent is a very kind and honorable man to devote his time and energy to this cause. The strong impressions I picked up at this event were all so very positive - all very loving, healing, no infighting, nothing political. There were no fans clamoring for attention. It was all about the importance of the cause. Sure, fans wanted to see Vince - but it was all done in a way that was so friendly, very organized and loving. So "laid back", not rushed. I had the best time of my life. It was an honor to participate!





Thank you, Liz, for sharing with us!

8 comments:

TJara said...

Yes, thank you very much for sharing your experience with us!!

Sandy said...

Lucky you. I keep thinking if I ever got to meet him, I'd probably make a real dope out of myself and call him Bobby! Wouldn't that be terrible? Anyway, happy for you. He looks kind of tired sometimes; well he probably is with the time changes he gets pushed through all the time, still georgeous though, isn't he?

potzina said...

You're so lucky! Thank you very much for sharing your story and pics! :o)

Liz said...

Thanks for the comments! It was a real thrill meeting Vincent and talking to him. (OK and standing next to him!) Yes, he is absolutely gorgeous, pictures don't do him justice, even beautiful pictures! And he's nicer and kinder than I even expected. He's so passionate about this cause, he had us all near tears speaking about it. I feel extremely lucky. believe me. He is the most talented actor and an amazing man!

val said...

He is so sweet to hug every woman who wants her photo taken with him. How many actors do things like that?

Hello, Vincent, I'm over here, longing for a photo and a hug.

Puddin' said...

Did George Gerkie forgo the planned concert at Rib City after the motorcycle ride? Or does anybody have footage of that?

Lizzie said...

Thank you for sharing these.

Hugs available here Vincent, to give or receive......

Lizzie ;)

TJara said...

George had to cancel his concert.

@Liz
Your words make me melt.

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