Well, I have been trying to figure out what to say about the current and the future of my INSPIRATION UNLIMITED event. I am working on my workshops and fine tuning all the details of the event with Ginger (the most wonderful event coordinator!). We are set and pumped for Sept to come. I can't believe the response. Last year, the first year for the event- we sold out! We had NO IDEA that IU for 2009 would sell out in ONE DAY and our waiting list was WELL over 100 some time back. I have had the sweetest emails and requests to get in, but unfortunately it's just to it's capacity. So that brings me to 2010.
Everyone wants to know-
1. Am I doing it in 2010???? YES, YES...you know it. We have it already booked and in the works. *new location...top secret for now! (however, it will be in Nevada still)
2. Can I register NOW? Not quite yet- we know the date but we are deciding how to handle the registration.
3. When will you give the details? right after IU in Sept 2009.
*So much in the works and we plan to keep the event costs as low as possible and still provide quality projects and inspiration!!!!
If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, etc. just let me know. We have a yahoo group for 2009 and a forum/community to join if you are attending this year.
The coolest thing happened to me tonight. Taylor called home to talk to me, I could tell she had been crying. I was instantly worried. I asked her what was wrong...she said she had just read my blog from yesterday. She said she "needed to read my story about the man on the flight, and that I inspired her and it's hard when her mom is such a good person." Okay...I was just completely shocked. My 18 year old daughter- telling ME this was like the BEST MOM MOMENT. I said, well...you've lived with me and you know that I'm not that wonderful...ha! She mentioned that I inspire her to be the best her. Okay- I just can't express what a feeling this gave me. So Taylor- thank you my dear daughter for making my day- it's nice to know that you still read my blog. I do not feel like I deserve any kudos- wow...I know in the situation, I believe anyone would have done the same thing. I struggle every day to be a "better person." I so have many weaknesses to overcome, but I am happy today that Taylor is STILL listening to me for advice and well, that she thinks I'm a somewhat cool mom. Taylor- some day your kids will say the same thing about YOU- I love you!!!!!