that some people are celebrating months of hard work and a very successful political campaign — CONGRATULTIONS CHRIS AND ALI EDWARDS!!! I, on the other hand am just up. I did finally organize my fridge — it’s been four full months since we moved in and I have been itching to do this.
I’d like to say that I feel bad for NOT blogging in awhile, but I don’t!! I am having way too much fun with little Addie, who btw is now sleeping all the way through the night. In fact, I am getting enough sleep that I am back to voluntarily staying up — for the quiet and productivity that it affords me.
You might think that Addie’s first big outing was to Seattle last week to hang out with Capri Swapp and take pictures with friends at the CK Convention, but you would be wrong — she in fact joined Clark and I at a pre-season Sonic’s game. I surprised Clark (he is such a great kid, and I just knew I couldn’t pass up this opportunity to hang with him) Addie did great and we were sitting in front of the LOUDEST group of serious fans I have ever seen!!! But they did offer to take our picture, so I forgave them. They got a free T-shirt, a free basketball — all kinds of stuff. They were serious.
Seattle was very, very FUN. I thoroughly enjoyed my all day album class — thanks to all who joined me there. We had an usually large group, but I think all in all, we did well — they were true troopers and made impressive progress toward album completion!! I also got to do two backstage parties — which are always FUN. I like to begin by asking everyone if they’ve been to a backstage party — because I’m never quite sure what to do. But I do love the more casual atmosphere, where I can not worry about "teaching" certain things and just relax and share!! I’m going to post the little movie I shared with my backstage groups. Coming soon.
The highlight of the Seattle trip was Wednesday — first of all, the weather was beautiful, but better than that was the chance to hang out with Heidi and Emily and Paula. We climbed all the stairs from the Seattle waterfront up to Pike’s Place Market and I really wanted these two AZ girls to experience some of my favorite childhood memories — so I marched right up to one of the fish throwers and told them I had friends from Arizona that needed to see a really good show. I should have known that request would come back to haunt me. As it turned out, I had to kiss a fish to get Emily’s stolen scarf back!!
Anyway, we enjoyed such a fun day — and got to do some very cool meetings pertaining to Heidi’s year-long class and the launch of our big surprise (coming around Thanksgiving) and for some reason, like I need to say this (not) I want you to know, that Heidi is even cooler than you think she is — and her class is worth $500 bucks (or more) every time we meet I get more excited. There are going to be so many surprises and little "exclusives" that I just wouldn’t risk missing it. And I truly mean that!
This girl has some plans!!
So .. I do have so many little things, pictures, websites etc.. that I want to share. I think I plan a bunch of little posts and see if I can make up for my less-than-stellar blog performance.