Today is the first official day of the conference and I have already been to three sessions and completed the "Penny for your Thoughts" performance with the Finlandia Young Women's Caucus, which went fantastic! My favorite response was a women in the lobby of the Hilton who said "My thought is why is there no chairs in the lobby?

I have so many great stories to tell, but internet service has been hard to find so I will fill in all of the stories as soon as I can. Right now I am sitting inside a bakery next to the Raandesk Gallery where our main performance will take place.  The performance starts in an hour and a half, so if you are anywhere near 16 W. 23rd St in New York, New York, then please come at 7pm for our performance!

2/14/2011 12:04:47 am

Hello Amanda,
Hope you are having a ball! I hear that Travis and my friend, Erika came to your performance on Thursday. She said, "Your students sparkle and shine." So nice to connect that way. Please have Susie send me an email!
Hope you are well.
xxx phyllis

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    New York '11

    Follow along on my journey through New York city as I intern with the Green Map organization and am immersed in  the art world within New York.


    February 2011