Thursday, January 21, 2010
Posted by Shannon at 9:32 AM
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
But I am still wondering when I will return to normal since I've done nothing but sleep and veg since I got home on Sunday. :)
Here are a few highlights:
We couldn't figure out what Nine stood for since there were only 7 women in the movie. Brian suggested either Nine hours long or Nine confirmed cases of lung cancer after filming...both very likely. :)
Hands down, it was my favorite stage yet....
And then almost the same group but w/Amanda...
Prize Patrol is for sure my favorite part of events! :) (Pope, Carrie, me, Angie)
And this picture has become a tradition for me and Amanda at each of our events....
I got to teach a class w/Natalie Travis....it was much more than a class to me....more like a wonderful blessing and experience!
So many demonstrators....so little time....I wish I could have a picture with every one of them! This is Cindy Major from Quebec City....
Georgia Giguere and Lisa Fast (from the mid-west)....
Winona Semler (Edmonton)....
Posted by Shannon at 7:00 PM
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
I will start by saying that i SERIOUSLY love Vegas!!! This was my first time staying on the strip and it is for sure the best way to go!
Posted by Shannon at 9:25 PM
Monday, January 11, 2010
There are still a few more things about Italy that I didn't get documented... funny things that I definitely want to remember....
This picture was up in our Rome hotel....so hilarious b/c it was made of fabric and the medals, sunglasses and other details were stuck right on the canvas! They are the hotel owners. :)
The first day in Florence, Luciano & Luciana made us hot cocoa--which they had never made before. The first time I took a sip, I nearly choked!!! So after adding about 4 packets of sugar and a dollop of Nutella I was able to get it down.
The funny part came when they asked us how it tastes? Pope and I said "Oh it's great--thank you so much!" And then Luciano poured the remainder in a mug to give it a try...we were thinking "oh no now he will see how nasty it tastes!" But instead he just said "um...very good!" hahaha
But we had it every day anyway because it was endearing that they were willing to make it for us. :)
Posted by Shannon at 10:05 PM