If there is anything I have learned about this opportunity, it is the fact that there will be somethings that don't work, and perhaps they just wont work because the economy is screaming heavily against it. But it doesn't necessarily mean that it wasn't a success. In my eyes - its business and you try again later.
When I was younger I use to think that failures were huge road blocks. Now as I am getting older in life I am taking failures more as corrective criticism and steps in a right "WRIGHT" direction. This keeps me upbeat and looking forward to the next opportunity in life.
I am so grateful to the powers that be - that offer up such kindness in my direction. More often then not I feel unworthy of that greatness and humbled constantly by those who find themselves around me.
I had the pleasure this weekend to see "Little House on The Prairie" the musical at "The PaperMill Playhouse". I have to be honest - I sort of loved the experience, the music and for sure I loved the leads in the show. Thank you for taking me on a ride to the new frontier my friends. Job well done! (Thank you Alison Franck for inviting me as your guest - fun times as always! Loves!).
If New York City has taught me anything - its that you take every opportunity you are given and RUN! I love it here!
check out the following websites:
The Wright Way Master Classes
(There are still spots available in the NATIONAL CLASSES in Nashville, Chicago, Orlando and Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.)
The Photography Train
(Currently scheduled this fall to do stops in Nashville, Salt Lake City, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Gainesville, Orlando and Miami)
Again - thank you for your support!!!