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July 23, 2008


the weirdgirl

I am so glad you were there! I had so much fun with you!

You know, I posted that huge list of people I met and it took me a week before I realized I didn't put you on it!! Which is just silly, because I was thinking about you the whole time.

(I've been a little scatter-brained... my son is going through screening this week.)


it was my privilege to meet you.


Lori! I'm so glad I got to see you, but where did you go the rest of the time?! I had to leave before the second day was over, but I was so bummed that we never crossed paths again. Anyway, hope you had a great time!


i'm glad you went, 'cause i wouldn't have met you otherwise.


I am SO glad you came to San Francisco and that I had a chance to meet you and have dinner! I'm looking forward to keeping up with you via your blog and hope that both of us will see each other again at BlogHer '09. (I'll try to get my act together next year and actually register!)


I really want to go to BlogHer w/you one of these years!! I have so much I want to write about, that I can't decide, which is why I haven't started my own blog yet. Your life and your writing is interesting and not boring. I love it! And I so wish I had this outlet when I was a new mom! It was hard and at times, I HATED being a mom. I felt guilty for feeling this way and I wish I knew there were other moms out there like me in this sea of Perfect Nuclear Family Suburbia! Thank you for being honest, there aren't many of us out there, or are there?!


I didn't get to see the Mommybloggers panel about being radical. To tell the truth, I was trying to figure out how the majority can still be radical. Glad it was a good session. I cannot remember what I attended in lieu of the Radical Act.

I am going through my BlogHer cards and saw you have a special needs blog. I am pretty sure we may have met at the SN panel, but don't quote me. The hard thing is, next year, I will remember that I *sort of met people, but won't actually remember.

I guess is it radical to blog authentically, if you compare that act with the people IRL (In Real Life) I know only two who blog, and none who take it as seriously as I do. So in that case, I guess it could be radical. As far as on the Internet, by definition, we are all radicals.



You are radical. Just being you. Writing a blog for you. That's what I think has become radical - keeping yourself in mind first, everyone else in mind second.

Thanks for attending! :)


I'm glad you came. I feel kind of guilty, too, as money is tight here...but we take it out of income tax and label it "Kyla's Sanity Fund". And it really is. LOL.

kyra anderson

i'm so glad you took yourself there! i, too, want to be the woman who takes chances. you are an inspiration!


It sounds like an amazing experience. I can't wait to hear more!


So glad you decided to make the trip!! I am the same way. As you know, I went back and forth on deciding whether or not to go. We both made the right choice.

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