Sure enough, my well of ideas is filling up again–not necessarily with resources for full-breasted women, but I know those will come. Simply getting out and engaging with people this past week has enlarged my world.
It began on Tuesday night when I attended “Google 101 for Small Businesses” at Google’s New York offices. I must be ready for Google 201 because I already knew 90% of the material they presented, but I loved meeting new people and catching up with friends there. One woman I met is an image consultant. I hope she answers the email I sent her afterward because I know she would have some great tips for us.
I also caught up with Paula Schafer. If you’ve read Keith Ferrazzi’s book “Never Eat Alone,” you would recognize Paula as a connector’s connector. She has generously invited me to several events where I’ve met amazing people. Her latest project is a party on June 30 to benefit Pakistani refugees displaced from Swat Valley by the Taliban. Contact Paula if you have an item or service to donate to the live auction that night. If you decide to come to the party, let me know and we can meet up!
The theme of this week seems to have turned into social networking. My Wednesday night book group turned into a discussion of Twitter, which I have now joined. If you follow me at Redvioletdar, I promise I’ll come up with something interesting to share. And Shirley Frazier, the speaker at yesterday’s breakfast for women entrepreneurs, gave a talk that was basically “Social Networking 401“. I would love to have her speak for an event that I host in the future.
There are just so many exciting possibilities out there that I can’t wait to get started. And speaking of getting started, I’ve decided to have my current pattern graded to fit dress sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14. If you are a D, DD or DDD/E cup and are willing to fit-test this shirt in your dress size once the samples have been made, please let me know. This is the best way I can think of to make sure I’m making the right shirt for you.
Mr. Campbell & I are going camping in a yurt in Delaware this weekend so I won’t be posting for a few days. Fingers crossed that Mr. Campbell’s first ever camping experience is a positive one because we’re going tent camping in Cooperstown in July!