Friday, October 5, 2012

Tour Day 24 09/28, 9/29

Sorry about all this week behind in the blog stuff. My laptop's internet wouldn't work and I couldn't figure out how to get to the posting page on other people's laptops. I was (and still am) a confused bunny. Now I'll try to piece my memories together as best I can.
September 28th:
So this day I believe (*constantly rechecking the schedule*) we went to the White Rock Christian Fellowship school in Surrey, British Columbia from 12:40 to 1:40. Afterward we drove to Abbotsford, checked in to our hotel, and quickly settled in so we could go off to The House of James just a few minutes away. There Dad taught his writer's workshop from 7 to 9 pm, then we went back to the hotel and crashed.
September 29th:
Back at House of James we had an author and fan breakfast where Dad did his talk from 7:45 to 9 am. Amanda and Dad were signing books at the same place from 9 to noon. We packed up and drove off to Seattle, Washington, where we spent three nights with Christopher Miller. (One of the Miller Brothers)

September 28th:
 People who came to the workshop. ^-^

September 29th:
 We found all these cute little puppets! Including this T-Rex.
 Karate Playmobil set. How awesome can you get? (Unfortunately, we didn't get it. v.v)
 I decided to have a muffin for breakfast. They looked mutated. (And I realized just how heavy wheat really is. (after not eating it for a while and just having a little allowed me to))
 Dad talking while people eat
 I scanned the bookshelves near the end of the signing. Here's the Miller Brothers books.
 Mrs. Donita K. Paul
 Mr. Bunn
 Jenny Cote
In my short scan I couldn't find the actual books, but I found this at least. Scott Appleton.

I'm slowly making my way back to being caught up. Sorry about my lack of updates. :(


  1. Hay! There’s the back of my cousin’s head!(in the first picture) She was really excited to see your dad.

  2. Love the puppets! :D And your mutated muffin looks...mutated. :P
    Too bad you didn't get the karate set. It looks like something you'd enjoy having.

  3. Sounds like you've been busy. I hope the tour is going well. Nice puppets! They suited Amanda well. :P A Playmobil set for karate... very interesting. A LEGO set for karate would've been better, but they don't make any sets for martial arts. Have a relaxing evening, if possible. :)

  4. Cool! You guys look like you're having fun. By the way, Mr.Davis, I noticed on your facebook that you posted something about the progress of the DIOM movie. Do you think that you could do something so that the rest of us non-facebookers could look at it? Every time I click on it, it says I have to log in. If you can't do anything, don't worry about it. Thanks for your time.