I know, all my regular readers are wondering what on earth I am doing going to BlogHer again when I barely have time to blog?? Well, I am hoping with Apple starting school in the Fall that life will settle back into a routine, one where I get to write posts in a timely fashion and give my blog the attention it deserves once again.
This summer has been so crazy I haven’t even had time to celebrate my Sixth Anniversary of blogging!! That will have to wait for the Fall, yet one more thing to wait for. In the meantime I am hoping to be rejuvinated by my trip to BlogHer. I am flying out tonight and arriving close to 1am our time so hopefully I can catch a few winks on the plane. This is the farthest I have been away from my children and the first time flying this far alone… ever… needless to say I am a tad bit nervous. My eReaders are filled to the brim and if need be I can break out my computer and do a little work as well.
Last year we went to NYC for BlogHer, it was hot and it was amazing.
This year we are headed to San Diego, California. My children are greatly dissappointed that they aren’t coming with me, mostly because I will get to see Miss Brenda and Miss Bethany and they won’t. There is always Thanksgiving.
If you are attending BlogHer and will be at Mom Central’s Canadian Embassy Party on Thursday night, be sure to say hi to me, I will be there with my camera to capture all the awesome Canadians. Stop by the photobooth to have your picture taken with a Mountie or just mingle and meet other fabulous Canadians.
I am also doing something a little different this year. I will be out and about with my camera so I will be loading up a gallery that you are welcome to view as well as purchase digital downloads if you like. To view the gallery please go to my Anna Epp Photography Photocart and “Create an Account” once you do that and log in, you will be able to see the BlogHer gallery. Just click on the thumbnail to view the gallery.
Be sure to say ‘hi’ if you see, I love meeting fellow bloggers that I have been following along in real life. And if by chance you are a native of San Diego and you have a surfboard, I would love it if I could surf just once in the Pacific, so I can say that I have surfed both coasts. Just to let you know, I am not that good though.