This week, Kellene, The Preparedness Pro, was off jet-setting across the nation. So she had to e-mail in her update for us so that we didn’t all think she had been kidnapped by zombies. *grin*
Not much time to write this week. I was whisked off to NYC to promote National Geographic’s, “Doomsday Preppers.” After a so-so experience on the Anderson Talk Show (Anderson Cooper), I decided I’d better adapt and execute a bit faster, more in line with the cut-throat NYC and felt much better about the Fox and Friends interview I did the next morning. Here’s the link to the Fox and Friends episode.
The Preparedness Pro Meets New York!
National Geographic kept my husband and I hopping the first day. It felt fabulous to be in one of the most vulnerable cities in the world, but with back-up plans, galore, and with my own personal bodyguard, aka Prince Charming by my side. However, that comfort was interrupted as my hubby was whisked back to the airport on our first full day there. The next day, though, I was on my own as my hubby had to fly back for a Constitution speaking engagement. I was flying solo in the Big Apple.
About eleven years earlier my husband and I were there and I ended up going to a musical one night by myself. I remember walking home from the musical and feeling a bit frightened and incapable of handling myself. After my husband went home I still walked nearly everywhere I went and even caught another musical and I noted as I walked back to my hotel I didn’t have one iota of fear. I stayed in the “yellow zone” of awareness, and all was well. Even as a writer, I can’t even begin to tell you how wonderful it felt knowing that I could handle myself--be it one person or a couple of numbskulls. I was ready and they would never suspect that the chubby, middle-aged gal was ready. That’s always your greatest asset, by the way, the cockiness of your attackers, which causes them to completely underestimate your ability to fight back. The unknown is always your greatest asset.
Preparedness Pro Live Classes
Next: I’ll be creating a nationwide tour over the next several months in which I’ll be teaching live classes AND establishing local chapters. Yay! To start things off I’ll be teaching two of my best classes at the SLC based Honeyville Farms location . Here’s the information on it if you can attend. The Honeyville Farm classes are free. I’ll be posting the schedules of the rest of the year as we get it all worked out. Whew!
635 North Billy Mitchell Rd
Salt Lake City, UT
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