The year started out like normal. Traveling and teaching workshops. January I taught in Florida, February Arizona and early March I flew to Maui with girlfriends. A little R&R before a hectic workshop season took off. During that trip we were beginning to hear alarming reports about “a virus”. I had no idea what was coming. Before I got home organizers and students were emailing me. Should we reschedule or cancel? I had 11 workshops across the U.S. and overseas…all were full. Over the next couple months I was rescheduling or canceling workshops, plane flights and hotel reservations. Can you imagine doing that for 11 workshops? Absolute chaos!
Even though I couldn’t travel and teach I tried to be positive. I’d used the time wisely. I spent weeks combing through my teaching material for 4 different workshops and refined my curriculum. Out with the old and in with the new! It felt productive and good. I love teaching and it’s where I’m happiest. Surely the virus would be gone in a few months… Right? ...Wrong!
| On the road again! ------------------ Lunch break on the road|
Two times we had to reschedule due to COVID. The ramping up and canceling was like living on a rollercoaster. The health risk of flying and hotels was real. I was at my wits end…should I stay or should I go? Then Mike had an idea. We’d rent a motorhome and drive to Texas for filming (1,400 miles). We’d have a safe place to sleep and our own food to eat. By this time motorhomes were in short supply and we were happy to find something. Admittedly 30 foot was a lot bigger than we needed! Off we went…
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