I like all the kind things you said about my Mom 2.0 presentation. There’s a lot more I have to say about this internet culture of ours, and it makes my heart bubble to know that you want to hear it.
My daughters play hair salon.
That hat is the dryer.
Those chopsticks are the scissors.
This is exactly what I hoped having two daughters would be like.
Bocce season starts this week.
We’re playing the Holy Rollers.
And oh, hey!
I’ve written some things in other places on the internet.
Here, I wrote about how to avoid mom hair for Style United.
Here, I wrote about shopping after weight loss or weight gain for Style United, yet again.
Here is what we’re eating this week.
I’m going to invent a vaguely Asian noodly shrimp toss tonight. Let’s see how that goes.
I went to Mom 2.0 in Key Biscane last weekend. I went as a speaker and as a sponsor (for FMP, my day job). I spoke about some of the ways the internet can make you feel bad and how to feel better. I spoke to lots of other authors and publishers about Daily Buzz Moms and Federated Media.
That was fun.
Seeing Kristen Howerton from Rage Against the Minivan. She has this reasonable energy around her that’s so intoxicating. Intoxicated by reason!
Sarah from Whoorl.com ain’t too shabby herself, what with her secret, valued, accumulated beauty knowledge.
I always love seeing Heather Spohr. She is a force. A sweet, smart, force. The internet is a better place with her optimism and grounding.
And that’s what’s been going on.
Any ideas for what I should put in that vaguely Asian noodly shrimp toss tonight? That would be awesome.