On the AB (Sky Ride) to Table Mesa where LuAnne will be coming to pick me up. She and Nathaniel started out this way but went back because the snow had picked up, Nathaniel was cranky, and LuAnne wasn’t feeling well.
Of course I was a little disappointed, but I was also glad that they weren’t driving in unsafe and unhappy conditions.
American ended up canceling the 7:20AM flight, so I’m REALLY glad I didn’t get on it. Downside is that my luggage apparently didn’t make it on the plane (probably because there were too many bags due to cancelled connections) so they’ll be delivering it to me later on.
Fortunately when I went out to the West side the AB was already there and I was able to get out of the cold quickly. My new alpaca hoodie is warm, but not THAT warm! 🙂 Mental note, though, if you’re early for the AB, go out to the West side – it may be there!
I’m guessing this will be my last journal entry for the trip. I certainly end it with mixed feelings. I would love to have stayed longer, but I’m so ready to see my family.
It’s going to take a few days to adjust back to the speed of things. I’m excited to see what happens with the Knowledge Cafe! Richard sent me an email asking when I would be back in town, but unfortunately the email I sent in response seemed to get rejected from his mail server.
Either way I’m sure we’ll be talking soon. I plan to send a letter to Sir Richard Branson about what I’m trying to do – I think he’ll get it and appreciate it, and any feedback or support I could get from him would be monumental!
I also plan to reach out to several folks who’ve been pioneering the education revolution – the more support and awareness we can build, the better!
The world needs a new education system – I believe I’m helping to create just that.
Now that I’m back, it’s time to truly begin the battle to better the world.