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It's here!


Can't believe the day has finally come! Mmmmm...I feel like it's a mixture of Christmas morning and a family reunion!

(I have wireless internet in the room, btw...yippee!) Will be able to update though probably not long ones til' Saturday night as I want to spend every waking moment with the wonderful friends who have come for this weekend.

Pastor T, my husband, and I came to Hilton last night at 10 pm, and worked on the initial set up of the media stuff and finished up around 1 am. I spent the night here last night, and Larry went back home after spending some time with me. He had to go back to take care of the kids and get everyone off to school this morning.

After Teeb left last night, I couldn't resist turning on the TV and watching the re-run of Guiliani and Palin's speeches at the RNC. I had already heard snippets of it on talk radio on the way over to the Hilton, and it only wet my appetite even more to stay up and catch the re-cap. So far I haven't missed a night of the DNC or the RNC. I suppose I will miss tomorrow night but I'm sure Larry will tivo it for me and Saturday night when I get home I'll catch up.

Going over notes for the big night again tonight (opening of Unstoppable!) This morning will be another busy time right up until the opening tonight. Registration begins this afternoon and the band and worship team will arrive to set up and get their sound checks, and all displays put up outside the hall, and then I'll see some of my best friends in the world...

only a few more hours until Tara Sloan gets here...

I CAN'T WAIT...

can you tell I'm just a lih-tle excited?

The two peas in a pod...the kindred hearts...will once again be together in the same location and able to actually eat out of the SAME box of Cheerios! Woo hoo!

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LAURIE said…
May God use you in a powerful way and I hope that Unstoppable will be just Amazing! -Blessings, Laurie

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