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Ooo, sorry Tina...a link would help. Its a blogging conference put on by Blissfully Domestic. Check out their website and the conference site.
I'm a speaker:) WOOT!
Hey Lori,

I saw that you were speaking...how fun! I dont know if you remember, but I think we met in the shuttle after BlogHer this summer; we were both leaving for the airport. You had curly hair then, I think. I think we exchanged cards. Hope to see you again at BlissDom! :)
OMG, I DO remember! LOL...I was very chatty and one of the girls didn't seem very friendly;)

It would be great to see you at BlissDom! WOOHOO
I am....and I am very excited about it!!
I thought about it and wish I could. I love Nesting Place and Like Merchant Ships!
I don't even know what this is. I'll have to check it out.
I would loooooove to go. We shall see...
Wish I could, but Tennessee is so far away and not exactly cheap to get to from Colorado! I'm going to Chicks Who Click this weekend in Boulder (practically my back yard). I plan to go to BlogWorld in October in Vegas and BlogHer in Chicago in July.
I'm considering it, but not sure yet. Would LOVE to go!
Good question. I just recently got into blogging - October '08 and I more recently heard about Blissdom and it seems some kick-ass mamas will be there like Redneck Mommy whom I adore along with a million other people. Anyway - if a new blogger like me were to travel to ONE bloggy type conference - would this be the one?? Or is BlogHer better? Or just different? Okay - sorry if the discussion is getting off track...oops.
I wish I was. :(

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