Perfect Moment Monday is about noticing a perfect moment rather than creating one. Perfect moments can be momentous or ordinary or somewhere in between.
Here’s a perfect moment from my week. I hope you’ll share yours, too.
It’s been a week of perfect moments squished together. And imperfect moments squished together. Travel will do that to you. A long-anticipated conference will do that to you.
Intensity has been the theme during this, my New York City/BlogHer week. Either one by itself is major. Both together were almost more than I could process.
Of all the moments I could share with you, all the fabulous people I could tell you about, all the connections I’ve enjoyed, this is the one moment I am plucking.
I was greeted at the BlogHer conference registration table by this sign. Read the list.
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Advance copies of this magazine were stacked at the registration desk:
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Omigosh omigosh omigosh! I know I’m supposed to act like I’ve been in the endzone before, but I have to admit I squeed all over the place. Only Sheri and Mel witnessed my reaction, and they will both forgive me for acting like a puppy with two tails.
Part of the squee is that I’m in the company of other writers such as my fellow Colorado mom Julie Marsh (The MomSlant), my fellow open adoption mom Dawn Friedman (This Woman’s Work) and my fellow infertility mom Eve Kuckuck (Impersonating Normal). Rounding out the list are Vicki Forman (Speak Softly), Ronnie Tyler (Black and Married with Kids), Polly Paganhart (Lesbian Dad), Liz Dwyer (Losangelista), Linda Sharps (All & Sundry), and Christy Everett (Following Elias).
Check them out –really, you must. Parenting says so.
Even though I’m overwhelmed but it all, I am feeling mighty fine. Perfectly fine.
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