I have been inspired by Vikki over at Up Popped a Fox and her posts reminiscing about things her kids said that she documented via twitter. Hilarious! I have also already made a commitment to writing down more to remember. I love every moment of my daughter’s life, watching her triumphs, holding her when she… More Conversations: Part 1
I mentioned earlier that life has been a bit rough lately and I am not feeling connected. There is, however, one strange caveat to this. The re-launch of Lesbian Family and subsequent re-branding to VillageQ has been phenomenal. Let’s start with increased interaction with LesbianDad. If you were anywhere in the world wide web of lesbian/… More The internet and connection
In 2006, Liza was pregnant and in search of other mothers to answer her questions. She yearned for a one stop shop for lesbian moms to gather. Not finding quite what she wanted, she created it. Thus, lesbianfamily.com was born. In 2007, I started writing for Lesbian Family. At the time I was living in… More The Great Return: Lesbian Family dot com
I think my blog is having a bit of an identity crisis— also, the principal writer (me) is having a lack of sleep and lack of free hands when awake crisis. I think a lot of blogs fall into categories. Mommy blogs (hello Sarah and OkChicken), photo blogs (hello Kyle), travel blogs (hello Ayana), Chile… More Identity Crisis
Every so often, I like to do a post on how people find me. I think of my stat counter as a constant source of entertainment and disdain. A while back Kyle turned me onto another photo blogger – Bobby Earle. He did a really interesting twist on the how people find me, by looking… More Moving up the google search engine
This is from the Polaris Project Blog. I think it is worth a read (and since I know that most people will not click over even with the scads of other interesting posts– and a thought so I am posting this one here. An End to R-E-S-P-E-C-T for P-I-M-P-S byAmbassador Mark P. Lagon At the… More To pimp or not to be pimped?
If you have been reading my blog for a while then you know that a bunch of us Chile bloggers, along with some non-Chile-but-living-internationally-with-someone, blog every so often on an agreed upon topic. Kyle often organizes, but she is off traveling. Fned has organized. This time I am taking the reigns. So… group blogging has… More Group Blog– I am planning it this time