Honestly, it’s not a good thing to be up at 5, actually earlier, not on a morning when I have to be in my car by 6:30 and driving for at least an hour to present at a conference with my buddy Andrea by 8. But can you do. I remembered that I had an issue with my good camera that I wanted to use so I’ve been up playing with the dials and finally finding my way to Google for help and yes, success! I got the info I needed to get my memory card reconnected to the camera. So easy when you the right answer to the problem and it feels so much better than having to ask a techie at the conference or stop at the nearby photo store for help. Google has given me independence.
And now that we are into Day 2 it was fun to click over to Two Writing Teachers and see who was already up and posted and start reading a few before I started mine. It’s fun to be back in the zone, isn’t it? Last night I even got to answer a few questions from some new slicers.
So in just an hour I will be showered, dressed, fed and riding in my car, playing some tunes to inspire a new digital piece for my niece’s wedding. I’m hoping that it will keep the rehearsal dinner audience engaged and not as bored as these pieces usually leave me, by the third song, watching blurry iPhone shots. Amanda knows what to expect from me but now it’s up to me to make good 🙂
It’s good to be driving again after my week away on the beach. I am still connected to that experience but my real world is quickly making that vacation a distant memory. I’m fighting but soon my color will fade. Don’t get me wrong, I do love being home and with lots of activities waiting for me. I am looking forward to our conference presentation on the work we’ve done with teachers using the 5 image story. In fact here’s just a taste of what we will be presenting. Of course the group will get a chance to create stories in groups and then on their own.
I am so glad I am collaborating. Yesterday, we were able to work together getting ready for this one and a keynote scheduled for next week. I am so much better on a team than riding solo. What about you?
I’ll let you know how it goes,
Have a good one,