April 7, 2009
I just got back from a pleasant visit to Colorado for the first time. I was in Denver, the Mile High City, for the International TESOL 2009 Conference, and I was blessed to arrive before the snowstorm hit and fortunate to leave after the cleanup was done. The dry air and elevation was definitely a shock to the system for this now die-hard happy-with-humidity Floridian, but I wouldn’t be telling the truth if I didn’t say I found the change refreshing.
I also had an enviable view of downtown Denver, with the Capitol building in plain view nearby from my window. Being on the 19th floor made this especially nice! Seeing the city before the snow and then after was a treat I’ll never forget, too. Later in the week, I got to go to Loveland’s Pass which straddles the Continental Divide — too cold for words, but too cool to miss!
Of course, I traveled in style with my Redema Ottoman Footrest. I took it on the plane and to most of the meetings I attended, not to mention everywhere else for breaks! It was so great not to have to worry about where to put my legs — I avoided sitting in odd positions since my feet often don’t comfortably rest flat on the floor. Then when I got back to my hotel room to check my e-mail and Skype my family back in Florida, I had the support I craved after a long day of walking around downtown Denver. I believe my Redema made it so much easier for me to rest and maintain my energy during this busy trip!
I’m getting some interesting opportunities to promote the Redema, but I trust you will be among those who can say knew about this treat for the feet and legs before it went big.