When I approached the Hall entrance each morning at 7 pm to wait in line for the doors to open at 7:30am, admitting us to the Keynote Presentations which started at 8:30am, I found the chair still waiting for our arrival. I shared the chair with whomever needed the rest and in doing so, was able to meet many fellow attendees. What a wonderful opportunity to get to know some dear people. As I grew up, I was always quite shy and would have never approached people to start a conversation. But as I've gotten involved with my family history research, my spirit has changed and I feel comfortable starting a conversation when it's appropriate. It's a blessing to share stories with others who share the same passion for their families and their research efforts. And at RootsTech, there were 8,000 people to have a conversation with about family history! We don't find that in our own families or in our own hometowns! This little gray chair opened the door to meeting some wonderful new friends and sharing some heartfelt stories, so I loved this chair.