Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Is it sunny in San Francisco?

The anticipation is building as the TKA office readies itself for the RWA conference in San Francisco. Leaving the humid southeast for balmy San Fran, which is currently 53 degrees and holding, will be a welcome reprieve for agents Deidre Knight, Pamela Harty, Lucienne Diver and Elaine Spencer. Also, our Cali agent, Nephele Tempest will be joining up with the team in SF. Weather.com reports temperatures will hold around 60 degrees for the duration of the conference with partly cloudy skies.

People are already on the ground in SF, including TKA client Louisa Edwards. Unfortunately, she already ran into some mayhem at the Marriott. Check out her blog for the downlow on electrical outages and mysterious smells... hmmm...sounds foreboding...but were going to use positive thinking. Hopefully, things will be back on track once the conference gets into full swing.

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Blogger JohnO said...

"Is it sunny in San Francisco?"

That's a rhetorical question, right? After all, Mark Twain didn't say "The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco" for nothing. (And even if it's only attributed to him, it's true enough.)


Go north, east or south, and you'll get out of it. But this time of year you can get socked in.

Having lived there, I saw countless freezing tourists who'd bought emergency fleece at Fisherman's Wharf. Bring warm clothes. And cool clothes too.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008 at 2:03:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Jia Gayles said...

well johno, considering your comment, I wish it were rhetorical. I've never been west of Arkansas (I probably shouldn't admit that), and I'm holding down the TKA fort with my main gal Jamie, mistress of numbers (aka. TKA accounting manager), while our agents attend the conference...so I don't have any idea what San Francisco's weather is like...ever. I just moseyed over to weather.com and pulled the info.

Thanks for the lesson!

Wednesday, July 30, 2008 at 10:06:00 AM EDT  

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