You open your email program, and see the weekly newsletter prepared by The Christian Indie Writers. You click on it, and it opens. You see that the topic for the upcoming episode is “point of view,” and suddenly you realize why the email seems like it “feels” different from the others; it has been written in what is called, “second person point of view”.
You think to yourself, “huh, I’m not sure that I would have known what to call it,” and are relieved to discover that the co-host sending you the email had to google it, herself. You are also curious as to whether or not someone who had to refresh herself on the different points of view would have anything of value to offer you on the subject, but then are reminded that there are three other co-hosts on the show, and commit to tuning in on Friday morning at 10 Eastern to see what they have to say, and set an alarm to remind yourself to do so.
Finally, you read the co-hosts wish that she will, “See you there.”