If you’re not a blogger, you are totally over the BlogHer’11 conference talk and I can understand that.
I promise this will be the last post about BlogHer’11, that is until August next year when I’ll be traveling to NEW YORK to attend BlogHer’12.
Me likes posts with lots of pictures because I’m a lazy reader so get ready for some bloggy eye candy.
She’s from Canada, eh and the hotel told her that her debit card “didn’t have enough numbers” so she was pretty much screwed all weekend. Things looked up for her though because she was able to see her very first palm tree. That blew my mind, first palm tree…really?!?!
Here I am with fellow roomie Corine of Complicated Mama.
We shared a bed and I made her wear a badge to prove it.
We went to lots of fancy parties and were loaded with criminal amounts of swag. A lot of these parties were private and stuff so if you knew someone, you were in – unless the chick checking the roster at the door didn’t like you for whatever reason or they were just so unorganized that you got turned away, even with an invitation – yeah, that happened. Anyway, a lot of these private parties escorted us around in pedicabs which are really just open death cabs with a young dude pedaling like he’s got something to prove to the pedicab gods as you weave in and out of ridiculous traffic and dodge trains in the dark – yeah, that happened.
I obviously met a lot of cool people at BlogHer because bloggers are wicked cool and love to have a crazy good time with wigs, unicorns, cheeseburgers, Sharpies, boas and #hashtags.
Here I am with the ever beautiful Loukia of LouLou’s Views. She’s also from Canada, eh and is so pretty it hurts me, like ouch. The fact that she is so nice makes it impossible to hate her for being so beautiful because if she was anything less than spectacular I just might have.
Here I am with Nicole of By Word of Mouth’s Musings who is just the most sassy and lovely woman. Her quick tongue and gorgeous accent only add to the loveliness you see before you.
The Empress, all hail. I got to hug Alexandra the Empress of Good Day Regular People. She was one of BlogHer’s Voices of the Year and I was such a proud and teary mama watching her work her magic on the podium.
Cecily of Uppercase Woman and I schmoozed because awesome begets awesome. I’m still basking in her afterglow.
Well Mommy Friends, that was my fabulous BlogHer ’11 blur; the experience blew my newbie mind.