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I have to admit, that was one of the best conferences I have ever gone to. So much great info… but the true joy is in the people. Your introductions were both humorous and thoughtful. You may just have earned yourself the title of experienced public speaker.
I appreciated all of our conversations. Such a great weekend of fun, relaxation, learning and meeting great people!
It was good talking to you Erik. I feel like we barely scratched the surface. Talk to you soon in Orlando! It was great meeting you this weekend Carl! Loved your introductions and speech, and your sense of humor always gave me a laugh.
It was an awesome time meeting new people, making new friends and learning new things. Hope to meet up again in the near future! You should have said something! Forgot to shout out my blog name during the intro got really nervous for some reason so I was mentioning it to people throughout afterwards and lost track of who I told it to! Those creatures have good taste in beer, I see. It was great to hang out with you once again.
They keep talking about getting their own TV show or feature film. I look forward to seeing you again soon at FinCon! It was very nice getting to know you. I was very impressed with your talk and all of the introductions that you did. All the speakers were great, and I was glad to be able to hear and learn from all of you. Brandon, I really enjoyed all of our conversations. Meeting you was one of the best parts of my weekend.
Please look me up next time you make it to Colorado. Try again in ? Sometimes the universe brings me what I need. I needed your run down on the introductions and your fear of public speaking right now. Thanks so much for making the trip to the Twin Cities! We were bummed to leave early but hope to cross paths with you again, somewhere!
Was that with beers? It was great meeting you and yours! I will actually see you soon! More to come this month! Your email address will not be published. What is Camp FI? I attended one earlier this year in Florida: Chad talked about real estate investing strategies and more: I had never heard of Anthony or his blog before, but he delivered a message a whole lot of folks need to hear: Stop looking at your phone and start living. He said it much more eloquently, but you get the idea. I have spent so much time striving towards achievements or goals that I forgot how to sit in the moment and forget what comes next.
It was at that moment that I considered hurling my smartphone into the lake and heading into the woods for an undetermined, but lengthy amount of time. The right place to live is in the current moment. Thanks DocG for your wisdom. Join the 10s who have signed up already! Please check your email to confirm your subscription.
There was an error submitting your subscription. What a fun, inspiring weekend! Thank you for the recap Carl. In your prime, your hog calling skills were epic. This was a really great one. I was so happy to be a part of it. I will be around the first week of January. Is there a Camp FI Florida this year? Gwen, yeah, that was awesome! Thanks for coming to my talk.
It is a true pleasure to be heard. I walked away from this weekend with a new group of friends that I am excited about. I hope to see you at FinCon! OK, now this is super weird because I have no idea who you were! It was fun to meet you too! Please remember to leave your phone unattended at all times at FinCon.
Totally need to go next time! Looks like it was a lot of fun. I just send you an email! I hope it helps and thanks for the kind comment! Jackie knew that Quentin was involved in the coming invasion and she did her best to keep busy and to write to Quentin as often as she could. On Omaha beach Bob Giguere was in a landing craft facing the beach and being tossed about by the swell of the sea.
The landing was nothing short of chaotic and dead and dying men floated and lay all about him. How were the American's going to get off the beach and move inland? Jack Fox, on Utah, was getting to do his job. As a medic he had one of the most dangerous jobs in the army. Unarmed, the medics were always in the front lines and often exposed to the enemy. Jack must have wondered many times whether he was going to survive the carnage.
Still, he kept on going, carrying his medical kit and ready for whatever was thrown at him. We follow Jack and Bob as they make their way inland and see what they saw, their experiences coming alive as we read this remarkable book.
Once again Shelley Tanaka takes us back in time to a momentous point in history and she gives us the opportunity to 'be there' in our minds and hearts. The accounts that make up the backbone of the book are often harrowing and disturbing, but that is the nature of war and to gloss it over is to do a disservice to those who were there.
In addition to the stories of the five men and one woman, there is an enormous amount of information about D-Day, the time that preceded it, some of the key players in the theatre of war, and numerous other details of both military and more personal interest. In addition the reader will find full color paintings throughout, photographs, and some excellent maps of the area that was under invasion by the allies.