Tatile, this delighted me beyond words. So, er, feel free to substitute words on how much I liked this POV from a superior who had been strikingly interesting even from Rochester's perspective.
It's kind of weird, pretty much all of my male characters are these cuddly, emotionally vulnerable individuals who kind of require each other to stand up, let alone walk, but when I write my female characters they're all like:
Screw this, I'm amazing!
And push the boys off their chairs so they can steal their seat.
Also, my first time seriously writing First Person. I was thinking of what to do for this prompt and that short was the one that really stuck out in my mind. She was fun to write back then, but more fun this time around.