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July 27, 2008

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kyran

tearful moment in the staircase???? darling, store my mobile number under "tearful moment in staircase." I cannot believe I wasn't there, and I hope you know I would be in a heartbeat.

I miss you so much, beautiful one. Scheming madly to come sleep on your couch soon. (actually, make Matthew sleep on your couch, to be perfectly accurate).

xo

Her Bad Mother

Ah, the tearful moments. I had so many of those. (((hugs)))

Mocha

There were so many connections I made this year and they were funny, full of tears, and had me in stitches from the sheer awesome power of humanity.

I'm with Kyran - move Matthew so we can all spoon. I call middle!

ali

yes. 100% true. we are all people who sit in front of our screens and write. was amazing to go to a place where everyone "gets it"...

was GREAT to meet you!

Allison Blass

Thanks for the shout out! It was great to meet you too. :-)

jenB

Please move into my neighbourhood. Please.

Also, Mocha, I call Pickle! (on the side you know)

DadaMama

Am still insanely jealous ... hoping I can make it next year, when the baby is older.

Angela

You are one of my absolute favorite people from BlogHer. I can't wait to spend more time with you next year! (I'll fill my bag with peanut butter cups. We'll be set.)

Feral Mom

I only wish we'd had more time. It was amazing, as always, to see you. Next year, babe--earlybird registration, and (hopefully) less tears and diarrhea.

LOD

We'll always have the Wii hula.

Heather B.

I think it's very sad that I had to go all the way to California to meet you. Oh well, now you'll never be able to get rid of me.

jb

Sounds like a great conference and something that I should try to participate in next year.

Another great woman-centered blog that you may/may not have heard of is blogelette at thenovelette.com. thenovelette.com is a writing exchange where you can read daily installments of stories that follow several women's lives and your computer will remember where you left off. At the thenovelette.com, you can also enter theme-based contests so you can get recognition (and win prizes!) for your own writing. Winners are chosen by website readers and professional writers.

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