Sunday, June 3, 2018

BEA 2013 - A Memory


A FACEBOOK Memory.

Wow....so long ago. 

That is ME right in the front in the gold jacket and that is Laura Lippman. 🙂 One year after I retired and still wearing my teacher clothes. LOL!!

I missed the Mystery Writers of America booth this year.



17 comments:

  1. I totally forgot about this photo.

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. I kept thinking I was missing the booth or it was hiding. :)

    Thanks for commenting, Kathy.

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  3. Great memories! I would love to go...but I have this little thing about big crowds, etc. I went in 2008, when it was in LA, and I was seriously stressed out, not when I was signing my book Chasing Stardust, but afterwards, getting through the crowd and those lines. LOL

    I also hate flying. I'm a mess.

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    1. The crowds are a bit overwhelming.

      Thanks for commenting, Laurel.

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  4. Yay BEA :-) I went a couple years ago and had a blast.

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    1. Oh yes...such fun.

      Thanks for commenting, vvb32.

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    1. You will hopefully get there, and I know you will enjoy it.

      Thanks for commenting, Lloyd.

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    1. I taught business for 34 years. :)

      Mostly typing - the all-important skill. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Ellen.

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  7. I loved BEA the one year I was able to go.. I have to make it a point to save up for next year :)

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    1. I luckily get to stay with my son so that saves a lot of money. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Steph.

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  8. Ah such a wonderful event to attend Elizabeth and great to look at a throwback and relish it all over again.

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    1. Oh yes....such fun to see back five years ago. I missed this booth, though. I wish they had been there.

      Thanks for commenting, Kathryn.

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  9. Fun photo and post! Its great that you still wear your "teacher clothes"; they are professional yet (I imagine) comfortable.

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    1. I still wear a few “teacher clothes,” but I wear my casual slacks and jogging pants more. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Suko.

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