Heading Home

I meant to get this posted this morning but ran out of time (and battery juice) so I am sending it on now 🙂

I am sitting in the lobby of the Sheraton, listening to Coldplay and reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (which I will be blogging about later – awesome book).  There was a fire on the legendary Sixth Street and several businesses were affected.

TCEA was enjoyable and I learned some new things.  I have blogged my notes and will try to round up the links that I found,  I have enjoyed my first stuffed avocado at Trudy’s (yum) and visited with friends, shopped, had a Hula Hut and Mozarts night (thanks Tony and Paige!) and just had a very nice trip. The company on the ride down and back was great (thanks Paula and Missi!) and it was good to get to know some folks better.

On the ride home we stopped for lunch at Freebirds and had a discussion about Stuckeys which had Missi googling on her phone for more information. We all had fond memories of their divinity.  There was the traditional stop at West (I did eat a cream cheese kolache – NOT diet food) and a stop for cold medicine for Paula.

I’m now looking forward to a peaceful weekend, laundry, sleeping in my own bed, and getting back to my walking routine.  Monday will be here before I know it but I think I will be a bit nicer, a bit more enthusiastic, and have a few ideas for some things to share with teachers.  I’d say it was worth the trip 🙂

3 thoughts on “Heading Home

  1. Denise

    Can’t wait to see you on Wednesday to hear first hand all about it. We missed you, but somehow things kept working just fine. Amazing isn’t it? No major glitches this week! Get some rest and enjoy your weekend. Monday will be here before you know it!

  2. Paula

    I had a wonderful time and was so glad that this year I got sick at the tail end of the trip. Denise can share some stories of me being sick the entire trip! It was a fine trip and I really enjoyed getting to know you a little better. I appreciate your dedication to blogging sessions. I feel like I got a lot from your insight in sessions I didn’t attend.

  3. Dee Post author

    I enjoyed getting to know you better too – I like your sense of humor 🙂
    I wish more people would blog the sessions. I have been to the ning page and copied others posts and saved them on my computer to refer back to later. It’s such a great way for everyone to get more bang for their buck. It also helps my crs personality to solidify what I have heard because running through everything so fast makes it difficult for me to remember everything 🙂

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