This business is not about the writing. It’s all about the shoes:
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9 comments to “I Was Wrong”
Elizabeth! You are so right! I hid my sensible black heels in shame 🙂
It was a delight to meet you, and you are right, Adele’s stories were worth the entire trip. People talk about being intimidated the first time at conference, but I can’t imagine why. (Or I’m simply too thick.) Everyone I met in Dallas was incredibly warm and welcoming, and I can’t wait for next year. I will ease up on the free books, however. I have no idea where these new treasures are going to go! 🙂
Oh I have some fabulous shoe photos too! However, I didn’t get a photo of my favorite pair *small pout*.
I’m so sorry that I didn’t get a chance to meet up with you! I swear I tried to catch you at the Lit signing but it seems I had just barely missed you.
I’m happy to report though, I’m already back into my normal “work” wardrobe aka pajamas with bare feet.
Oh btw, are you going to post who these beautiful shoes belong to?
Hahahahah! I’m so glad to see that I wasn’t the only one going around photographing people’s feet.
The cute black shoes with the red ties belong to Tessa Woodard, an Avon editor. The gold jeweled shoes belong to Lynda Sandoval, and the bling bling shoes belong to Nicole Burnham. The black strappy ones, I don’t remember. But I love shoes–though not the pair I bought for the conference, which gave me a blister before I got through security at the airport. I am still debating whether it is morally right to put them in the Goodwill bag and pass them along to some other unsuspecting soul.
Gillian, it was very nice to put a name to a face! And I am so glad you got to meet Adele–she is quite the lady.
I wore heels the entire time. Mainly because I forgot my flats. Smart right? Oh well, my favorite pair, I don’t have a photo of, dang it all.
So true! So true! I made a note to myself to either get a pedicure next year or not wear open toe shoes. I am pretty sure I was the only one there sans polish on my toes!
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