August 12, 2010

BlogHer Recap Done In Haiku

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Momku and BabyGirl's ponies type haiku

As you probably know, I attended a women’s blogging conference, BlogHer, this past weekend. In New York City! Ohh lala. And, as is custom after returning from a blogging conference one is to write about her experience in a wonderful post, or three or twelve.

However, this recap will be a little different.  See, I met the extraordinary momku who was lovely and gracious and sweet and kind. Her name in real life is Alana, but for me and the ponies she will always be momku. She even had The Ponies type a haiku for BabyGirl! Isn’t she just the sweetest?

Oh, the ponies. Yes, they will be one of the eleventy posts I’ll do about BlogHer, so stay tuned.

In honor of momku, here is my haiku recap of BlogHer 2010 in New York City.

I type words and tweet

and now see you in real life

I’m with my people.

Sara

{ 6 comments }

Jade @ No Longer 25 August 12, 2010 at 4:22 am

Great haiku, I take part in a haiku meme every week – so easy and fun, it’s amazing what you can get across in only a few line!

Have a lovely day,
Jade

Carrie August 12, 2010 at 8:30 am

i love it. i don’t think i’ve written a haiku since like 5th grade

Shifra August 12, 2010 at 10:30 am

So happy for you and proud of you! If we are working on haiku, here’s my summer in a nutshell:
Mr. Wonderful
Sweet, loving, strong, awesome, best
Baby in the world

Momku August 12, 2010 at 10:35 am

Love it! Hope the ponies weren’t too rambunctious on the way home. It was great meeting you and them. Thanks for the nice shout-out.

Hollee August 12, 2010 at 5:52 pm

“I have found my people here” resonates so strongly with me (probably the Jewish roots). I have had that feeling at different times and in different places in my adult life, but when I find it, I cling. Such a great feeling, isn’t it? So glad you had fun at BlogHer! I’ll be there with you next summer:)

Young Wife August 14, 2010 at 1:15 pm

What a cute post! Stopping by from SITS.

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