While I was upstairs talking to my awesome roommate, Adrienne, about BlogHer ’13 (a big blogging conference in Chicago) and our panel, Blogging the Unbloggable: Writing about Hard Topics without Being Hated, (please come: Saturday, July 27th at 3:15pm), adorable LARPing was happening downstairs.
When my family isn’t being superheroes without me, I’m becoming more popular by reading and writing elsewhere.
My Other Hangouts (Don’t Tell My Blog):
- Where are the Best Places to Take My Dog in Richmond?: On Richmondmom, Lars will finally be full-grown and get snipped soon so we are ready for his debut into dog-friendly Richmond, Virginia. Where should we go?
- I don’t need to get out more: On Pinterest, I finally have an answer to what do you want to do in the form of a gif.
Favorite Posts I Didn’t Read, I Mean, Write:
- Tumblr Gets Deep (24 Pics): I’m never disappointed with these round-ups although this previous one makes me cry from laughter. They are almost like my new damnyouautocorrect. (From pleated-jeans – hilarious)
- The Ruling That Could Change Everything For Disabled People With Million-Dollar Trusts: When the guardian of someone with special needs and the trustee of his trust is one in the same, who acts as oversight? One judge stepped in for a young man with autism and countless others. (From The Village Voice – important – h/t Sunday)
- High court upholds convictions of 2 who let daughter die as they prayed: At what point do we owe our children taking them to the doctor and/or treating them no matter what our personal convictions are? As someone with a strong faith, a strong belief in science, and someone who knows how easily this little girl could’ve been helped because of my medical background, this case is complex. (From Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel – interesting)