Wednesday, June 30, 2010


by Meghann on June 30, 2010

I was spotted at my booth this morning!


This is Amy. Everyone say ‘Hi Amy!’ ๐Ÿ™‚

Amy and her friends were huddled together just outside my booth this morning and when I went to offer them free pencils Amy stepped forward and proclaimed ‘I read your blog!’ It was fun and exciting to find a blog reader in the craziness that was ISTE 2010. My co-worker immediately told me to grab a my camera so she could snap a photo of us and then I shoved about a billion free pencils into Amy’s bag. ๐Ÿ™‚

That was actually a fun note to end this year’s conference on. I’m not sure if my company will be returning to this particular conference, but I would say it was fun attending this year and playing with all the ‘big boys’ in the field.

As predicted my yogurt did little to old me over this morning. I stopped on the way into the center and grabbed some Heart Thrive cookies and nibbled on them through the morning.


I had my heart set on Falafel King for lunch. Not sure why?


I ordered the falafel combo with tabouli and buba ganoush.


With a whole wheat pita on the side.


The food was actually pretty bad. This was nothing compared to the mediterrean delis down the street from my work in Orlando. I think that place has spoiled me. Oh well. I ate about half of everything pictured above and washed it all down with a refreshing unsweetened passion fruit tea from Starbucks.


I’m currently waiting to board my plane at DIA and am debating a smoothie for dinner. My mouth is so dry and a smoothie just sounds much more refreshing then trying to carry on a sandwich or salad of some sort.

Hmmmm… decisions, decisions.

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