I bet you’re thinking that this will be yet another post about the epic BlogHer experience.
Well, if you were thinking that you would be half wrong.
First off, I didn’t get to wear my tube socks during my visit so I decided to make up for it by writing an homage to all things Copeland at CultureBrats.
Also, I feel like I would be neglecting my duty as a red-blooded American female if I did not mention that Toywithme came up and out of the goodness of her heart handed me a WeVibe. Upon first glance the we-vibe appears to be a pair of accessory ear muffs for the fashion forward stuffed animal or doll, or at least that is what it looked like to me.
Then I realized there was an actual reason my husbands eyes were lit up like firecrackers.
I got control of my initial impulse that would have had me running upstairs to make the sign of the cross and ask forgiveness and then plugged it in to charge.
Now that’s progress.
Sometimes in life you just don’t get what you bargained for and the reality is far lesser than the dream.
Like when I had my kids and I was all like “look here, stork people, summon your leader and set up a meeting because I was promised offspring that were all dewy and super fresh like in these parenting magazines and THIS baby has dirt and dried food ALL over it and it smells terrible, yells a lot and looks like a dehydrated crow”
This was not one of those times.
The power and beauty of the writing was what drew me to New York and it turned out amazingly well because that writing ended up being a perfect representation of each and every one of its creators.
Then I breathed a sigh of relief when no one turned out to be this guy.
** O.K. you were just about to get out of reading any further because that was going to be the end of the post but take a look at the above picture again and please tell me what you think that blurry thing looks like in the backround?**