Holy Moly I'm Tired

This trip has been *so* crazy.  I left my brain downstairs in the vendor hall so I won't be able to post anything intelligeherent until I pick it up tomorrow morning in the Lost and Found department (I hope it's still there — I cannot afford another one).


 


The Gaylord hotel is great and fantastic and stupendous and other words that mean better than nice, however, they don't have wireless internet in the room so i have to use their crummy gaylord computer, which doesn't have the capability to upload any of my superful pictures.  I met all sorts of real life homeschool celebrities;  I got great pictures of Chris Klicka, Doug Phillips, Andrew Pudewa, Maggie Hogan, Carol Barnier and the Farewells — I am seriously considering blogging all sorts of outlandish rumors about them when I post these pics.  My blog can become the next online version of The Enquirer (did I spell that right?).  I'm getting giddy just thinking about the possibilities (or that feeling could just be the extreme lack of sleep and the overload of sugar and caffeine).


 


When I get home tomorrow I'll start posting the pics PLUS i will tell all about our keen Blogger Brunch (SO fun!) and post pics of that too. PLUS I talked to a lot of companies and begged / pleaded / blackmailed / whined them into giving away some amazing prizes in the upcoming weeks.  Well, I have to get up in 20 minutes to drive to the airport, so I guess I should go and pretend to sleep for a bit.  For a real update and coherent coverage of the FPEA conference click here


And to see a picture of me and Kate and Kris and Jim (and to read what our super awesomely friend had to say about the conference), click here


 


See you soon!


 

No Responses to “Holy Moly I'm Tired”

  1. iluvmy3chickiesandtheirdaddy2 says:

    Yeah….

    I’m sooo glad you’re on your way home. Can’t wait to see all the fun pics. and I’m gettin’ all geared up for those fantastical contests……

    Woo Hoo

    ~Dawn

  2. drewsfamilytx says:

    Enquiring minds want to know!

    Who wants to know? *I* want to know! >D

    Glad you had some crazy fun at the convention. Blog fodder is a definitivo A+ bonus! I have never been to a convention and am REALLY looking forward to the one in August. Hmmmm…perhaps I should get a move on finishing up our current school year before then…it’ll be a close-call though…

    I do sincerely hope that you will have all sorts of crazy contests so we can fill our homes with more free stuff! Nothing like a contest to get things jumping around here.

    Safe travels, my friend.

    Love,

    Marshie

  3. ByHisGraceInColorado says:

    Hey, you're not the only one with the lost brain…..

    I loved reading the updates on the convention and tried not to turn too green with envy over all the fun you have had! I just saw the great pics on Jo’s boys blog, (I think) then commented to Kate about them. Gee whiz, I was all mixed up and I wasn’t even THERE with a good excuse for it!!

    You all looked great and glad you had such a good time. Can’t wait to see more pictures and read all the rumors!

    love,

    Nancy

  4. Amber says:

    Marsh stole what I was gonna say

    …so I won’t repeat it. But you look great! You all do. I hope when you come back you blog more dirt than this. Don’t tell me sunny Florida has gotten to you.WE WANT DIRT!!!!!

    0:) Amber

  5. Stephanie10 says:

    Glad you're back! Hope you got some sleep today…

    Since February, I’ve been sitting in on organizational meetings for a homeschool conference here in Western Colorado, which will take place June 8 and 9. We’re having classes for kids ages 5 and up (with attended nursery/childcare for those younger) AND we’re serving lunch both days–all included in the conference price ($20/person; $40/family). I sure hope we can pull it off.

  6. drewsfamilytx says:

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    Suuuuuure you were going to say it, Amber!

    What-e-verrrrrr!!!

    🙂

  7. Leigh2 says:

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    Oh, I am so envious….and excited about new prizes! I vow to win something someday or drive my family crazy trying! LOL

  8. Anonymous says:

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    “Legal briefs doing the cha-cha”… I know people have said this already, but that was HILARIOUS. And about those goats… I don’t suppose they’d be interesting in doing an interview? I’ve always wanted to write a book about real pioneers.

    Grinning,

    Rachel

    http://rachelstarrthomson.blogspot.com

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