Over the weekend I attended the 6th annual MilBlog Conference in Arlington, Virginia.  The weekend was jam-packed with interesting speakers and business cards and introductions and free stuff and old friends and new friends and Facebook status updates and opportunities and late nights and copious amounts of wine and most importantly, lots and lots of fun.

I want to write all about it but I’m currently suffering from post blogging conference brain fog.  I’m back to reality.  I’m still not unpacked.  I realized I left my lesson plans at school last week so I have no idea what I’m teaching today (and I can’t imagine my room full of 6-year-olds will be very forgiving).  My voice is virtually nonexistent from talking so much.  The gas light in my car is on, and I desperately need to make a grocery run.  But you know what?  The weekend was so worth it all the craziness I’m bound to face today.  I wouldn’t trade this post blogging conference brain fog for anything.

It’s truly amazing how influential military bloggers have become.  That’s evidenced by the fact that we’re being recognized in this morning’s New York Times.  (And by the way, you might see a quote from someone you know.)

10 Comments on Post Blogging Conference Brain Fog

  1. You are just flippin' awesome. I am so glad I got to meet you! I will be emailing you some pictures soon… as in once I make my lazy self upload them to my laptop.

    Which will be soon. Really.


  2. Very cool! And it's so true, blogging has changed and has changed our society. I can't imagine where I would be right now, as a military spouse, were it not for the blogs. I think I would feel SO handicapped. Because I didn't have a senior spouse reaching out to me when we got to Benning or moved here. I only had my BBs to help me figure things out and let me know that it was okay, I wasn't the first person having these feelings or facing these challenges. I am thankful everyday for our little blog world…that's not so little anymore!

  3. I want to go so badly next year! It was prom weekend for my two oldest, so I would have lived with the guilt of missing that for the rest of my life if I had gone…

    Glad you had a great time!

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