• things i learned in new orleans.

    04.17.2011 / myKind

    Airport outfit per twitter request!

    … in no particular order.

    1. Moms are nice and not at all scary.
    2. If you delete Ghost Radar app from your phone, it will manifest into someone else’s head and take over their mind for a 36 hour time period. (Thank you, Alice.)
    3. You can put cotton candy on top of mousse and it makes something wonderful.
    4. The Eiffel Society is my favorite place in the world. They should serve hot dogs, but they don’t.
    5. Laura Mayes is a cute little buttercup. (I already knew this, but I forgot to write it down.)
    6. This blogging thing we do? It has sort of changed the world.
    7. It’s sort of going to change the world even more.
    8. I want to be a part of that.

    • “It’s sort of going to change the world even more.” “I want to be a part of that.”

      That is amazing. So simple – change the world and be a part of it. I think I might make this my mantra for the next week, hehe.

    • you change my world every time I see you.

      xoxo

    • Loved meeting you! I’m so glad we did not scare you. (Not even a little?)

    • this blog has definitely played it’s part in changing the world.

    • i was at the texas style council conference last month, and it was also clear to me that blogging and social media has impacted so many things. i love being a part of it! i’ve made so many friends, and it is helping me to launch a new hobby and possibly a career!

    • maile

      you are a sweet honey non-badger. :) xo

    • OHHHHHHH i love you girls!

    • it was sososo nice to meet you at mom 2.0. our little chat with liz stanley was in one of the high points of the trip for me! great to meet you and hope to see you at alt next year!

    • so great to meet you, too, sweet mae!

    • Did you not also learn in New Orleans that you possess the superpower of making grown professional women babble things like “OMG I JUST WANT TO PUT ERIN IN MY POCKET AND KEEP HER” upon meeting you? Not that I’d know anything about that.

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