We made it to the Home School Book Fair and almost as soon as we walked into the convention hall, I spotted Heather. She is GORGEOUS and also happens to be just as sweet as peach pie.
Then, I made a bee line for the Rosetta Stone booth because I knew from my stealthy stalking tactics that Jenefer would be there. I saw the booth, but no Jenefer, so we walked around for a while and came back. Hmmm… still no Jenefer. We decided they must be gone for a lengthy lunch break and we came back later, but she STILL wasn’t there. I finally inquired at a nearby booth and was told that there were several vendors selling Rosetta Stone, but the actual booth was over yonder.
So I sprinted over yonder and finally met JenIg! She is exactly as funny and sweet in person as she is on her blog. I was surprised that she has a Cali-fornee accent, but love covers a multitude of sins and I forgave her for that right off.
Next, I rounded a corner and I was all, “OHMYWORDTHEREISCLEMNTINE!” She was chatting with someone else, so I decided to play it cool, and by play it cool, I mean do the Funky Chicken.
Next, I found Renae. This photo was taken right after I told her I am one of those professional bloggers who expects to be taken seriously.
Here we are all together. Look at Heather’s precious papoose!
We were excited to meet John Erickson, author of Hank the Cowdog. He was very nice to sign some books and CD’s and pose for a picture.
Here is a photo my darling daughter took that she claims documents me picking my nose. I WAS SCRATCHING IT!
We had to dash off, although I would have LOVED to stay and visit with my new found friends longer.
I miss you, New Found Friends. Don’t ever change.