Thursday, July 23, 2009

I am relying heavily on David Byrne, strong coffee, and love.

I am headed to blogher for a few days.
I have obligations and I need some distraction.
I am hoping I can read my keynote and facilitate my workshop
with ease as I feel kinda out of sorts right now thinking about everything.
Everything is fine that can be fine at this moment.
My parents are here and they will stay with the boys
and the boys are just fine.
I am OK.
not.
my sweet joe

I am relying heavily on David Byrne, strong coffee, and love.
I am trying to find myself just now
so you will recognize me at blogher...

14 comments:

nkp said...

Have a wonderful time, Amy. Sometimes just a change of place (and pace) can work wonders. I hope you find exactly what you are looking for.

ps-I finally sent off the very belated package I owe you. I hope it finds you well.

hugs- nkp

Karen said...

have FUN. seriously. get your mind off stuff (even though it never fully goes away). i hope to see you when you get back. love to you, my friend.

deb said...

new to you here,
sorry for oddly speaking up for no apparent reason
other than to say.. Talking Heads .. thank you,
at least I have those music friends sometimes, wandering a little lost in suburbia

avesta said...

I am so glad that you're going...you need a relief and something to distract you just a little bit!

village mama said...

You will be grandiose and shining. xo

Kelly said...

I was at my FIL's funeral 1 week ago, and I almost didn't come to BlogHer as well. My family talked me into coming, telling me the distraction would be good. It has been. And your final words from the storytelling session, they could have been my own. Thanks.

hippo brigade said...

Ugh, I'm jealous. I hope you had the time of your life. Oh, and I love the new header. Cute stuff.

Brock said...

Nice mention in the Columbus Monthly piece. But as I told Susan...where's the love for the daddy bloggers?!?!? I look forward to reading your blog.

Caryn said...

Amy it was so nice to meet you and I absolutely loved your keynote piece. I am realizing I have been missing out on so many wonderful women and writing. Luckily I have the opportunity to dive in now. My best to you and condolences to your family.

Joslyn said...

sister for what it's worth i am thinking of you...and sweet joe.

Corina - Down to Earth Mama said...

I hope you had a good time and I hear that your workshop was a success.

Miss | A said...

have a great trip!

180|360 said...

i hope your talk with neil was what you hoped it would be. it is the only thing i would've liked to hear... :)

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