Thanks to everybody who made the pre-boat show meetup in St. Pete a rollickin’ good time! Bear, Captain Boomies, Christine, Sondra, Jimmy, Mike, Mark and Peter…you guys rock!
(Thanks to Peter for providing some very appropriate music, and thanks to social media giant Christine Lozada for the group photo and drone fun. I may or may not have also noodled around on the melodica.)
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Everybody except me and Peter came from at least an hour away (including the Florida Panhandle and Baltimore)…and Mark came straight to the shindig after driving in from South Carolina. You guys are troopers!
Also, I know at least three of the crew planned to make it and couldn’t, due to illness, so just know Ye were missed!
I’m told I had a Large Time, and I’m looking forward to doing another actual “In Real Life” meetup the next excuse we get. Also, we didn’t do a Zoom party in January—since we had a big actual in-person event (i.e., the boat show)—but that could be on the table for maybe this summer or something, so lemme know whatcha think in the comments below!
As always, I am super grateful for your friendship and support…! You give me the motivation to stay on track and keep pluggin’ away.
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