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Sunday, April 03, 2005
back from the twin cities...

I'm home from the conference I was at this weekend. I have a lot to blog about- but the antidotes go along with pictures, AND I made the mistake of not bringing my digital camera so I had to buy a disposable one. I made this same mistake in Miami and missed some great pictures there. The weekend was great. I didn't bring any work with me, so it was a brief respite from that. I hung out with some wonderful people, took pictures at the Mary Tyler Moore statue, ate some truly great pizza and drank some beer. A friend of mine who lives in Minneapolis drove me all around the area and showed me the Mississippi river and other sites. I was pleasantly surprised I loved the city so much- I didn't expect to. My presentation went good- I was very glad to have that done with. The drive to Minneapolis and back was filled with farmland with all the character of wonderful barns and houses, and crops groomed into straight rows. That's all for now- when I get the pictures developed and scanned in, I will have more things to post.

posted by knit wit | 4/03/2005 10:16:00 PM

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