Annette was filling in for my fellow All Ears Net columnist Amy Stoll
(amymouse), the fact that Amy was listed as then scheduled speaker had
been my initial reason for choosing this session, but I decided to stay with
this choice anyways and I'm glad I did though this is another bit of audio
that I'll have to try to get the slides from the powerpoint
presentation that went with it for it to make much sense
I listened to the audio on the way back home and it jumped out at
me that in many places the audience responded to the slides before
she could read them off.
Back To the Ballroom:
Now it's time to say Goodbye, to all our com-pa-ny
When we got back to the main ballroom there was quite a bit to do before 6PM,
lots of drawing were held, the final tally for the silent auction (that I gave
earlier in the report) was announced. Almost certainly the nicest prize that was
given away was a four night stay in an
All Star Vacation Home
I think EVERYONE wanted to win THAT one. A free trip in a
was given away and a bunch of Yankees tickets
(courtesy of the guys from the WDW Today podcast).
After it got to be 6 P.M. I started
going back and forth to the street to see if Tom had left the postcard show
which was scheduled to end at 6PM also, since he hadn't the first few times I
finally got to see what the bags of pixie dust were four, there were ten
numbers in each bag corresponding to the ten seats at the table, we all drew
numbers and as you can see in the picture below Linda drew the winning number.
The next morning before leaving for home I remembered to get a picture with Tom.
I met two big postcard collectors in 2005 (Tom, pictured with me, below,
and Jay Patel
president of the IDPCC)and didn't think to
take a picture either time, also I'm wearing a Disney World Trivia.com
shirt I got at the meet here (Thanks Lou!).
Upon arriving back in Charlotte I took a picture of a building not far
from my work that I've been meaning to snap a photo of for a while now.