Ah, the glamorous life of an author. PBJ for the road. The pitas at the convention center are $9.75. Add $3 for a .99 bag of chips and $3.50 for water and it adds up in a hurry. We stocked up on apple slices, caramel dip, chips, bananas, chex mix etc at Walmart.
Jessica prepares lunch to go.
With author Davis Bunn. We know him from the Florida Christian Writer's Conference. Didn't know he's somewhat color blind until his wife described to him what color Jessica's shirt and feathers were.
This is an olympic gold medalist in gymnastics who wrote a book. Don't know who she is, but some of you will I'm sure. And I will after I read the book.
Anitra from Reach FM.
Not the real one, but he's close. We took pictures of all of us today with him, but discovered I didn't have a memory card. It was in my laptop from downloading last night. So I have to wait until I"m home and have a cord to download from the internal memory. At least I'm hoping the pictures took even though there wasn't a card.
We were watching 25 Hill, and Jessica went out to the restroom only to see Jesus on his cell phone. Who knew?
Director and actor from 25 Hill, a family friendly movie about soapbox racing. It stars the kid from Dolphin Tale and also has the little girl from Terabithia.
Waiting for pick up.
She's here. Jessica has been great about dropping me off and picking me up at the door.
Ice on the knee, and we splurged for supper.
In other news, Adam has been in Trinidad for a week and a half now. They have been laying pipes so there is a good water supply for the construction. The Trinis have been bringing them a lot of local food so I'm sure that has been interesting. I know they had baked shark one night!
And Tyler got his driver's license. He has never wanted to drive. The asperger's makes him less coordinated and more stressed out. But he is capable, and he got his license this week. We are trying to move him into the adult world as he's able since he will not be returning to college. He still needs to find a job.
We are done with ICRS (although I hope to be able to post the other pictures Saturday when we get home), and the girls are off to Magic Kingdom. I am at the hotel and am going to stay off the knee and read the prerelease copy of Karen Kingsbury's The Bridge.