Friday, May 08, 2009

There's Got To Be A Morning After

I lived to tell the tale.  My game plan was successful - inhalations and exhalations continued throughout.  Dare I say it?  It was even fun.  Apparently once you get me started, the only hard part is turning me off.  I blathered unceasingly for two hours, heaven help us.  

Thank you to the people who came.  There were many from among our wonderful homeschool community of friends (it felt very reassuring to see them in the front row!).  I was thrilled to see a a good number of people who participated in past projects, and there were many new faces, as well.  What a treat, in the end, to be able to share the stories behind the work.  It helps that the audience was receptive, laughed in the right places, and was knitting while I spoke.  

An extra special thanks to Patty at Lion Brand Studio for her work to make this happen.

There were many photos taken during the evening by Lion Brand and Helen set up her camera and tripod, so some of it was videotaped.  I am not sure how it will all get disseminated, but I will post any links when/if they appear.

6 comments:

island sweet said...

well of course it was a success!

OfTroy said...

i can tell you with authority, a 2 gig memory card holds 1hour of video (and Robyn, you spoke for almost 1.5 hours!) so--i only got part the first part.. (and i think my computer is going to choke as i upload it.. but i'll try!)

Penny said...

relax! of course it went well and it was very fascinating. (see you even brought me out of lurkdom)

grrl+dog said...

well done, I am glad you had fun and the crowd of course loved you... I will look forward to getting some snippets

Patti Blaine said...

I wish wish wish i could hear/see the whole thing Robyn. I'm sure it was wonderful! :)

AdoptionMSW said...

It was wonderful and great to meet you in person...