Bad Blogger, Cool Trip

I was a terrible blogger last week at the dance conference. If we weren’t in a seminar, we were moving between ball rooms or trying to find something to eat and get back.

We had a tremendous week, though! Here are some highlights…

I learned so much more about running my business, being a better leader, and serving my clients. From analytics to programming, from nurturing children to meeting the needs of my families, we covered it all.

We attended a number of dance classes, scribbled notes like crazy, and recorded content to bring home.

I was reminded that my dance friends are good. Brady was reminded that dance can be therapeutic, not just about memorizing steps.

I was reminded that a world exists beyond North Mississippi and the dance studio and running wide open. Brady was reminded about the world, too, and that it has so many sights, tastes, and experiences yet to be discovered.

We crossed the border into Rhode Island just to say we did, and we found ourselves right smack in the lap of $18.5 million coastal luxury. Then our trip through Mystic, Connecticut yielded an awesome visit to one of the country’s largest aquariums and some oh, so delicious New England food.

Thank you for the grace. Again. This blogger will get it together eventually. I definitely don’t EVEN write as much as I’d like or capture all the things I’d love to tell you about.

Nonetheless, our adventures were fun, and we are looking forward to what we can get into next.

Published by Window Seat Sensibility Blog

Practical wisdom, joys and pains, motivation and tough love, from the perspective of a Mississippi mom, traveler, business owner, goal crusher, substance seeker, and full-time dreamer

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