Had I only been in Minnesota by then, I hazard a guess that I would have
shown up myself in the same situation--un-RSVP'd and late! I would have
loved to have shared a laugh and a plate of French toast or something
decadent. But alas...I didn't get in to Minneapolis in time to even think
about the breakfast.
BTW, I'm glad I made at least some of the convention, but I hope never to
have to do that again. (Arrive on day 3.) Missing out on two-and-a-half days
worth of sessions was a bummer.
Thanks for letting the truth out, Tricia! I can't wait for the story to be
released on video! Have you written the lyrics yet? What's the tune?
Amy in TN
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I love honesty. What a surprising story!
On Apr 29, 2009, at 6:00 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Okay, I can't go on in silence any longer. Too many people
> expressed regret that they missed the breakfast at the NAEA
> conference. I must tell the real story as only I can...
> That Sunday morning I woke up early and decided to crash the
> breakfast even though I never RSVP'd or told anyone I was planning
> on attending. I was running 15 minutes late saying to myself, "What
> nerve, I'm going to show up unexpected and late!"
> When I arrived I was seated at a table for 8 alone.
> LOL-No one came to the NAEA breakfast. Everyone missed it~accept me:)
> So, all my virtual friends remained virtual. Maybe next year in
> Tricia Fuglestad
> Dryden Elementary, IL
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