Wednesday, July 16, 2008

giving notice

We are bumping up against the start of BlogHer and The People's Party, which I have the pleasure of hosting alongside these five lovely and talented sisters. My "hosting" is a word I'll use loosely here, the real rockstar of the bunch is Megan , who has rounded up enough sponsors to make sure everyone gets free drinks. Jenny wanted to do a live feed for those of you who can't attend but want to watch and the good women at Kirtsy have decided to indulge her so if you can't be there you can watch it here. She might be naked, so take that as a warning from me to you. Or it's a potential photo op. Or better, blackmail material. You decide.

And on the less drinky but still kicky end of things, I'll be speaking about our Just Posts on Saturday at the Beautiful Blogging panel. This little soiree is moderated by Kyran Pittman from Notes To Self and will also include Krystyn Heide from the Hope Revolution, Alyssa Royse from Just Cause It! and Lucrecer Braxton, and her Art Slam initiative, all new writers to me with really amazing blogs. If you haven't yet discovered them you should go check them out, each blog is full of love and hope and art and goodness.

And on the still kicky and more thinky side I've got a new review up about educational resources and learning activities for little ones, a very cool thing for us parents with kids ages 4-8.


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7 comments:

mamatulip said...

Jen - have a fantastic time at BlogHer. :)

Mad Hatter said...

Have fun. There is no way I will be participating in a podcast of the people's party. Can you say "four hour time difference"?

liv said...

but you will still have a moment to chat, eh??

Denguy said...

Have a good time, kiddo.

(Aside--my wife's relatives from Texas were here and they seemed completely ignorant of all things toxic and bad for the environment. Is that normal for Texas?)

flutter said...

can't wait to see you honey!

Janet said...

Possible nudity aside, I can't wait for the People's Party!

All Adither said...

Wish I could be there with you guys. I'll tune into Kirsty while raising my glass of chardonnay to you all. Sad, but true.