Well, posse, I had a grand time in NYC. I am a country gal (really mountain gal) at heart but do love the heartbeat of NYC.
I carried the Pink Outlaw message with me to all areas of the city. Our cards were passed out to everyone I had a chance to talk with about the Outlaws.
I even got up at the crack of dawn and stood in line at the "Today" show to get the word out. At midnight the night before I found a Walgreen's on Times Square. I decided I needed to make a poster board sign shouting the Pink Outlaw name. I bought some poster board and crayons and even at midnight there was a long line at the checkout counter! A lot of the kids had just left the Brittany Spears concert at Madison Square Garden. The city never sleeps! Everyone was so very nice and helpful. So, the next morning, like I said at the crack of dawn, I walk to 30 Rock with poster in hand . I did get some camera time by holding my sign right in front of the camera! I also was able to slip Matt Lauer a card. Who knows, he may even check us out. I sure gave it a good try.
I visited with a NYC fire chief who informed me the Twin Towers are being rebuilt. Of course he got a card too. I did visit ground zero and witnessed all the construction. It was an awesome sight and an indescribable feeling.
Soon, we will be telling all of you about the next project---"THE PINK OUTLAW GREAT ESCAPE". We are so excited about this and I know you will be too. Check out the September 27Th edition of the Ft. Worth Star Telegram. The Pink Outlaws will be in the feature section. YEA! We are getting the word out and thanks to all of you The Outlaws are making a difference.
Until the next time and loving all of you,