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Thursday, June 30, 2011

RWA Conference Pictures

The Okay, Listen Here Girls have sent me some pictures from the RWA conference in New York.

The first picture is of Kathy, Debby Giusti and Jean at the Literacy Signing. Since this is the first picture they sent, I think they were trying to prove that they were actually attending the conference. For those of you who may not be familiar with her, Debby Giusti writes for Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense. Her latest book "The Officer's Secret" came out in May.

The next picture is of Stephanie and their stash of food. Either our Girls thought that New York might run out of food or they wanted to cut the cost of their trip by selling snacks to the other conference attendees.

This picture is from Juniors where they had lunch on Tuesday. Our Girls claim Junior's serves the Biggest Cup of Coffee. It may be true; the cups look big enough to wear as a hat. The New York Black & White Cookies look delicious (and also big).

Here is a picture of the Naked Cowboy ....

and the outside of the Phantom of the Opera Playhouse. I mentioned to our Girls that these were sightseeing pictures and they were supposed to be on a business trip. The Girls muttered something about conducting research on Alpha Males from non-Southern regions and quickly changed the subject.

This is a picture which was titled "Kathy Posing With the Statue of Liberty!". I thought the Statue was much taller. And surrounded by water.

They wanted to share this picture of a gentleman standing underneath a "No Standing" sign.

And we conclude with a picture of the sunset on Monday night taken from their hotel room window.

The Guy


  1. Thank you for posting the pictures! I especially like their justification for being out and about, taking in the sights. Sounds a bit suspicious to me, seeing how I know them. BUT they get an "A" for making it writing-related. I'm glad they are having a great time.

  2. Truthfully, I don't mind if they are doing a little sightseeing. It has been fun to talk to Jean and hear the delight in her voice as she describes what they have been doing.

    I should have mentioned this on the Phantom of the Opera Picture - Jean said they saw the Book of Mormon. It was in the nightstand drawer next to the Gideon's Bible.

  3. I think you are obligated to do a little sightseeing when you travel to places like New York. I can only imagine what it must be like, what with Naked Cowboy and such... What a hoot! Almost like walking down Bourbon Street in New Orleans.

  4. Thanks for posting these pictures for us, The Guy! We appreciate your wit, as well. ;)