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Mad Woman behind the Blog

WOW. You're married to Samuel L Jackson?!?!?! I want to name my son after him! (if I ever have one.)

We didn't meet and I completely failed to prepare for the event. But I was so in love w/ Kristy! I tried to get thru but, ahem. Apparently everyone else loved her too.

Great post.

Kathy Sprinkle

LOL! My girl swiped my boot camp badge immediately too! Although I'm not sure of her future blogger status as she is ALWAYS trying to get me to shut my computer!

Great post... if you care to read my bacon'y re-cap
Click here!

I'm clapping with you for sure, Tiffany should do her own talk. I thought she was great.

JDaniel4's Mom

It sounds like it would be worth it for me to go to the Atlanta conference next year.

Lindsey (aka modchik)

Great recap and how smart are you to include the BACON to bring home some bacon! I remembered you because of your cards- nice job! I hope next time we can spend more table time together!



SO glad you had a great time! I'm hoping to get to one in San Diego in March.

Scary Mommy

Love that you had a great time- Tiffany is awesome and really knows how to run a conference!


Adorable. Still so sad I didn't meet you!

Tiffany {SITS GIRLS}

Um, that girl? She is delicious.

I LOVE that she is wearing the badge!

Great recap- I actually usually do a session, but decided not to this time- it won't happen again, because I'm obviously in love with the sound of my voice. ;)

Thank you so much for coming and please be sure we stay connected- you can always find me on twitter!!!!


You rock, mixed-mommy blogger, not just because I am mentioned in your post (disclaimer), but I LOVE the tone and feel of your voice! Genuine! Real! Great Writing!

Look forward to more great ones and terrific meeting you at #bloggybootcamp!


Still so bummed that I didn't get to go to Bloggy Boot Camp, but I'm glad you had a good time!

And I agree about the writing element! I felt the same way about BlogHer last year went to BlogHer last year. I *thought* it was going to be more about writing, but it was very business-y and SEO-y, which is stuff I rarely even think about. I love blogs for their stories. And I love your stories!

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