ridology readings for the two days of the expo. Once word got around that there was someone doing eye-readings, our sign-up sheet filled up fast and we became a very popular booth. Plus we were giving out Vegan Black Bean Brownies to lure people over to the booth to talk to me. I am sneaky that way. (Note, if you try this recipe, take away 1/2 of a banana, up the cocoa by a couple tablespoons and add a couple shakes of salt.) They're really yummy and super moist. Rachelle also did a 30-minute seminar speaking about Eating for Energy and that was a huge success. As soon as she completed the talk, a big rush of people flocked over to the booth for more info about her and what she does. The iridology readings were pretty much booked solid by the point.
The next day was another long day at the expo but we shut down the booth a couple hours early so that we could, a) walk around and see the other vendors before we lost the chance to, and b) make a mad dash to Costco before it closed at 5pm (damn Sunday hours). If I lived next to a Costco, I would be a happy person. The frozen food section alone makes me giddy. Giant bags of frozen broccoli for a few dollars? Yes please! By the time we were done, our tiny car was riding low to the ground, packed to the gills, and we headed home after a busy busy weekend.
I feel I should say "The End" after this post. It just feels right.