post BlogHer ’14 thoughts and ramblings

  First up, I can’t believe I waited this long to attend BlogHer. Since I started blogging more publicly in late 2010 (I’ve been blogging since 2008), I’ve seen 3 BlogHers go by. At first I would say things like, “Too expensive,” and “I don’t belong there,” and “Who cares?” But as the conference rolled […]

Say Bye Bye to Google Reader

If you’re an avid blog follower, you likely subscribe to your favorite sites so you can keep up with their content. Some people get new posts in their email, while others prefer to use some sort of reader, a place where ALL of their subscriptions can be found in one place and filed into various […]

Old School Blogging: the Pop Culture Edition

Time again for Old School Blogging! Come hang out with us at The Miss Elaine-ous Life. Side note:  I recently got to meet Elaine when she passed through Austin. Her parents live like 10 minutes away from me. No joke! She’s so fun and has the most lovely Louisiana accent.) What was one of your […]

Old School Blogging: Marriage, Babies, & Bliss

Happy Friday! How about some more Old School Blogging with Elaine and Heather? On Marriage, Babies and Bliss.   1. How did your husband pop the big question? Oh geez. This is a story, and not a very romantic one.  It was December 2001. I had just graduated from UT Austin, we were apartment living, […]

Name That Kindergartener – win $300!

***Winners of the Name That Kindergartener Contest have been contacted! Check out the new collage below for the answers, and thank you for playing!*** Let me tell you a few things I remember about kindergarten. I went to a very small private school that had a pool, horses, and a badass roller skating rink, complete […]

Getting back into Old School Blogging

{My post keeps reformatting itself to look all wonky. I’m trying to iron it out. I promise I know what I’m doing.} I’m joining in on a little Old School Blogging with Miss Elaine-ous Life and Theta Mom. You know, the days when blogging was about answering silly questions about yourself and not caring about […]

I was naive. So, so naive.

You know when you’re young and fresh and 18, heading out on that big adventure called college? Leaving home for the first time, we felt like we were making the leap into adulthood. If only. I’m reliving those days a bit over at Letters for Lucas, where Tonya has graciously asked me to share something […]

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