Ξ May 10th, 2008 | → 16 Comments | ∇ Uncategorized |
Seems most people walked away from TequilaCon with a renewed sense of self. Well, more like with pride at themselves for acting out of their comfort zone. They traveled by themselves or they talked to strangers or they drank alcohol or they got on an airplane or whatever it is that broke their daily mold, that shattered their limits.
Not me. I almost always travel alone for work, meeting new people gives me a huge adrenaline rush, alcohol and me are VERY good friends plus airplanes don’t bother me a bit so long as I have taken my Dramamine.
BUT. Yes, you knew there was a but coming, didn’t you? Well you are very smart.
But something unexpected happened to me at TequilaCon. I got sorta shy. Internet shy, not in person shy. I’ll still ask the smoking hot guy next to me on the plane to take his shirt off (he so did and it was wonderful), but I am sorta self conscious about blogging now. Everyone I met was so smart, so funny and so all around wonderful. And then there is little ole me. I feel like in person I am fine, but give me a blog and I have nothing to say.
So, everyone who pushed their boundaries and left their comfort zones at TequilaCon? Could you please let me know how the fuck you did it? Because seriously, this site might not be long for this bloggy world. (Emails to hello at midnightcliff dotcom or comments here are fine…whatever works for ya.)