By day 4 of the conference you can see faces of exhaustion. Not only the busy schedules and late parties but also the weather change and time change was hard for me. I was also getting sick. When I left California my son was sick and of course I was getting sick too.
It was also my last day at the conference. I had an early morning pick up at the hotel to get back home, so I needed to take advantage of the networking and get to meet people.
It was more a day to recap and make sure you had met the people you wanted to meet (although I still had to meet more people, so I hope I can be there next year too)
I got to meet a very special person for lunch. It is very funny, but we all have social media friends that are very special to us, but we do not get to hug often (or ever). Hispanicize provided me with that experience. I was able to meet and hug in real live two “virtual” friends. Well, I guess they are not virtual anymore.
Another great thing was able to meet one of my readers that have become my friend too. She is a sweet lady from Colombia and most bloggers that know her, will agree that she support us so much. Thanks Mayito for all your support.
To close the day, we went to Gloria Estefan’s restaurant for some dancing and joy.
It was now time to say until next time. I had a great time, met really amazing people and make great connections. Thank you United HealthCare because without you this would not had been possible.
And to end my adventure, you cannot leave Miami without having some Cuban, so at the Airport I had some Cuban wrap for breakfast. YUM.
Disclosure: I won a contest with United HealthCare to attend the conference. All opinions are my own.