Good Intentions, Overestimations and Curve Balls
So…by now you have realized that the whole blogging thing from convention did not happen. It has been over a week since I have returned home and I have yet to get my first post out about it. A big part of the reason behind that is that I had no idea how difficult it would be to room sell, get pictures and then post a writeup about it. I had every intention of doing multiple blog posts a day with pictures showcasing the days events. See…I really did have “Good Intentions”.
What I failed to realize ( my “Overestimation” problem) was that I would be very busy with room sales and just attending the events. I felt good that I could upload photos to my Flickr page fairly regularly and frankly, I could do that while I was sitting at events or sitting waiting for events. It looks like many of you caught on to that and were at least able to visit my Flickr page to see photos of things. Thank you for your patience and continued support!
I also need to acknowledge something else that factored and will continue to factor in going forward for the next couple of months. While at convention, life threw me two heart wrenching and personal curve balls that may require me to take some time away from the blog. I anticipate being able to get the post convention writeups out and share a few stories about my experience but they may not be out in a timely manner. I ask for your understanding during this time. One of my favorite quotes during difficult times is by the indomitable Winston Churchill who said.. “ When you are going through Hell…keep going” Wise words Mr. Churchill…wise words.