She was as kind and funny in person as she is on her blog. We then met Marlbaro Man and hoped he didn't smell the stinky.
Saturday, March 12, 2011
I thought that we were going to make it through the presentation until the very prepared mom in front of us pulled out Bread Co. for her two year old son. Macy lost it & wouldn't quit crying. I got up and exited as fast as I could to the farthest corner of the library. Tony came to take Macy but she would have nothing to do with his plan. So I stayed and missed Ree's words of humor and wisdom. Just as I was on my third verse of "The Wheels on the Bus", Ree walks right in front of me with her hubby, Marlbaro Man. All I can do is grin like an idiot holding a tear stained two year old. We then found out that the yellow cards they gave us at the entrance determined when we would go see Ree. We had cards with the number 12. Wendy Martin was there with her mom and they were not going to stay so they gave us their cards. They were in group 10. Thanks Wendy and Anna! When they called group 1, we estimated that each group had about 40 people in it. Tony found the children's area where we spent about an hour..or two.