I loved Abby's post about being a bloggy fan girl. We all have certain bloggers that we would love to meet, and Abby talks about her encounters with two of them at the Type-A-Mom conference last weekend. Go by and weigh on who your "must meets" are in the blogging community.
Andrea devoted a post to her experience at Type-A-Mom as well. She came back with an arsenal of information and a fire for doing great things with her blogging. It's contagious. Makes me think twice about my own blog and what I might do with it.
Cyndi got inspired at Type-A-Mom too. She is the proud new owner of her very own domain name! Also included in that post is the infamous picture of some Triangle Mamas trying their best to pose like Casey taught them. One of them, I won't say which one but it is probably me, looks completely ridiculous. Like spew your Diet Coke ridiculous. And yet, just by being behind the camera, Casey still manages to make it a good picture. She's amazing.
Someone told Ilina this week that she spent "too much time with her kids" for her business to really go anywhere. Aside from being rude, that is a completely absurd comment. Who, especially another mother, would tell a mother she spends too much time with her kids? Absurd. What do you think? Would you ever say you spent "too much time" with your kids?
Melissa is celebrating her tenth anniversary this week. I adore the picture of she and her husband, then boyfriend, that she posted. It is so awesomely 90's and full of young hopeful love. Happy anniversary, Mel!
I've had to break out my tissues all week for Erin's blog. There is a beautiful post about her sister, but I'm linking to the one about Knobs. A friend lost to cancer years ago. The fact that Erin still writes to Knobs' mother sums up for me what a wonderful woman she truly is.
Of course I have to link to the interview Sue did of Cyndi today on Motherhood and Me. Not only is it a great interview, but it Triangle Mama to Triangle Mama!
Finally, over at Don't Take the Repeats, I'm going on and on about Katy Perry again, but this time, I think she's actually really funny. Of course, she's on Saturday Night Live and not Sesame Street, so there is that.
Happy weekend to everyone. If you have a moment, how about leaving a comment about what you are doing this weekend? We'll be laying low around Chez Canape. Moving the kids' rooms around, painting, working on the house. Nothing too exciting. How about you?