Quick post today . . .
I'm doing the headless chicken dance today as I load up the minivan and get the family ready for when I leave this afternoon for the conference, which begins early tomorrow morning with Boot Camp.
As you can imagine, there's a lot to do while the kidlets are at school and before I drive off into the sunset. And when I do leave, I won't be back online until next week.
I'm guessing that a good chunk of my readers won't be checking up on me over the weekend, as they'll be at the conference with me.
However, a lot of Storymaker friends won't be there for one reason or another, and they were lamenting the fact. Some of the Whitney finalists are in that number. They asked, half kidding, half serious, if someone could please text message the results of the Whitney Gala as they happened on Saturday night.
Their wish was the Whitney Committee's command.
So here's the fun news:
Three authors who are attending the Gala (Matthew Buckley, Tristi Pinkston, and Jaime Theler) will be blogging live every step of the way.
If you won't be there, you can follow the awards ceremony online as it unfolds.
Check out the Whitney Awards blog during the Gala to see what's going on and who wins.
The dinner begins at 6:30 pm MDT, followed immediately by the awards ceremony. I imagine the bloggers will get started before that, however. Should be fun!
Following which, I'll be collapsing from an exhausting but (I'm sure) wonderful weekend.
See you on the other side!
Thursday, March 20, 2008
It's HERE! And I'm Outta Here
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Woohoo! So exciting! I'll see you tomorrow. That sounds crazy, but it's true! Wheeeee!
Annette, you guys did a wonderful job. I loved the conference. It was excellent. Thank you so much.
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