Despite it only been a month, #DPCON13 seems like a world away now.
But there are special memories I took home after the conference that will no doubt stick around for a lifetime.
The Mother Tongue session is definitely one of them.
Tucked away in a little basement at Curzon Hall, a group of us had the rare opportunity to get to know some bloggers a little more intimately as they shared their personal stories. There were tears and laughter. But above all, there was a profound sense of community spirit going around.
And you know me, I’m all about community.
Brenda Gaddi, the brainy act she is, has decided to turn The Mother Tongue into something bigger. Like, extravagantly bigger.
She’s hired a theatre (you know, with seats, a stage and stuff). There’s going to be sound checks and rehearsals. And of course, a great line up of bloggers who will be speaking. The list might even include yours truly. Maybe…
There’s also going to be an after party! I haven’t quite figured out the logistics to that one just yet but it will no doubt be a stone’s throw away from Darlinghurst Theatre and somewhere in the heart of Sydney’s party central, Kings Cross.
Watch this space!
Tickets are $30 so, buy yours here.
I’m predicting a lot of emotion, friendship and love that day. The community spirit will be soaring through the theatre roof.
You’ll be kicking yourself real hard if you miss out.
1. Follow With Some Grace.
2. Sign up to the awesome Digital Parents community ( if you haven’t already done so). DP was created by Brenda Gaddi who happens to be the creator of FYBF. She’s also created 4 gorgeous kidlets. In case you’d like to know. Or maybe not. But we’ll share that info just the same.
3. Add your post URL to the linky. Please only link up one post.
4. Grab the funky FYBF button and post it on your sidebar. Help spread the blogfloggin love.
5. Visit the blogs of your fellow FYBF’ers and share the comment love.
6. Share some more comment love. It’s proven to make your wrinkles disappear…overnight. #truth