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In an effort to launch something in a very short timeframe, after three months of coding in off hours for stints of a few minutes at a time, I used a framework to get *something* out. This is not code I would use for a client. Ever.
In fact, if you could see my face right now, you'd realize this is a little more than painful.
But, as sometimes has to happen with personal projects, the non-paying personal site takes a backseat to quality and gets dressed in handmedown code. Thanks to VMcore for the free ride here.
Wondering why I didn’t whore myself out to go to Blissdom and get to hear you talk in person. I will settle for your Fail Blog every day. I love it. Maybe I will see you at Blogher this summer? Are you going?
OMG you guys are so freaking cute I could LICK you.
Awww…. y’all are too cute! And I bet you did great at Blissdom…
I hope I can say this in type the way I am feeling it in my head/heart. so here goes nothing. I read this post and thought to myself, what a wonderful gift you have given to your daughter. You are okay with yourself. I mean, maybe you don’t see it, but in this last post, I just love the things you say, the things that you are willing to admit about yourself, to put out there for your daughter to see/read. Hmm…this isn’t coming out right. to give your daughter the gift of being comfortable in her own skin, to live her life and love, and laugh, and understand her personality, and BE OK WITH IT, wow. what a mom you are. thanks for the inspiration.
I love you.
She will be amazing because she’s your daughter. YOu are an amazing woman, a fantastic plane buddy and a wonderful friend. I am blessed to know you.
Check your voice mail…rofl!
Oh I love you girly!!!! You were just what I expected and more. You’re all sorts of awesomeness because you are YOU!
I so wish I could have gone. I think it would have been less overwhelming and more intimate than BlogHer. Soooooo fun.
Isn’t it just CRAZY when you realize your kids are YOU? I’ve tried pretty freakin hard NOT to have them inherit my, um, “personality traits.” But my son is totally me. I hope I can make peace with it the way you are. Right now I just feel guilty.
I saw you at the Design session (apprentice) on Saturday, and I didn’t have a CLUE that you were nervous. You did SO great!
I ADORE that last pic, by the way.
This is my first visit to your blog.
Are you kidding me? You rocked it! And conveniently drew the attention away from my spazzy ass. For that I am eternally grateful.
Loved your session. Loved our chats. Love your kids. Love YOU! You are one amazing lady!
snort that bitchez!
That. Was. AWESOME! As was your panel. I think you did an amazing job up there and you’re sense of humor masked your nervousness quite well!
(And this is coming from someone with a tremor…Good grief, I look like a 90 year old when speaking in front of people! I actually have to sit on my hands!)
I totally to agree with the poster that said you have given your daughter something invaluable. Little girls, even clumsy ones, need a strong sense of self. -and I’m speaking from experience here too.
Girl. We should have made more time to chat. I can so totally relate to this post it ain’t even funny. I spilled wine on white carpet at my first 2 neighborhood bunco games. It’s a wonder they let me come back. I’m the spaz. The one sticking my foot in my mouth. ANd my daughter? JUST like me! Talks nonstop. Clumsy. It’s painful to watch, but you know what? She’ll be okay. Because I’m okay. Usually. LOL!!!
Wish we’d had more chance to connect. Next year?
Don’t you realize that’s why I love you?? If you were perfect I’d have to hate you and that would suck.
I so love these photos.
You were totally NOT a spaz up there! Seriously, there were two sessions that I got the MOST valuable info from, and yours was one of them. What you think of as “duh” information makes me go “DUH! Why didn’t I think of that?” You were confident and seemed glad to be talking about something you’re an expert in. It was fabulous meeting you!
This is why you people are teh awesome. Because I know we can bond together here over crap we’re mortified about in public.
April, thank you!! That’s a wonderful way to look at it. I’m a spaz, granted, but it’s become this huge family joke. Hopefully it carries her through her awkward years if she can laugh about it. One of my great friends said, “What the hell would I do if I couldn’t laugh about it?” (Ahem, Syd, Ahem) and I couldn’t agree more.
Shash, Dawn, Rachel, Vdog, Jamie you have NO CLUE how much I adored being around you this weekend. Ok, maybe a clue, but honestly? Mad Big LOve for you ladies.
Karen- I think I’m in love. I’ve never been wood on the phone via song before. I’m TOTALLY moving in now! heh
Musings of a Housewife: NO WAY. You are not. You are so graceful! Dude. BlogHer? Me, You, Wine and a stick of Tide-Stain-Removal. Seriously, let’s connect for realz.
Mamma Loves: Babe, you’re a lover not a hater. It’s in YOUR NAME. :-D
Amo: I’m so glad you came by! Thank you for being so supportive. I saw you on twitter and I think it’s awesome to have you here.
Fruitlady- YUP! I am! I’d be happy to spill something on you or be all awkward around you.
Jen- for real, that is the best compliment. I’m glad it was valuable to you!! I love what I do. I’m glad it was evident.
MariaV and Marie- Y’all are like my rocks. You’re always such a great suport here. Thank you.
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