Is it just me or are purified ice cubes overkill?
Disney on Ice is coming to Nashville (Princess Wishes edition) in September. Have you ever been to a Disney on Ice production? Would Caitlin, who is 4, really love it or would it be overwhelming? And would we spend her college fund money on overpriced merchandise? Wait, I think I already know the answer to that.
My subliminal mind is on vacation. Last week I dreamed that I booked an impromptu trip to Jamaica. This morning I dreamed about Jimmy Buffett hitting on me (blog entry forthcoming!) It must have been the four chocolate chip cookies I ate at 10 o’clock last night. (This is why I never bake.)
Fast Company’s blog, FC Now, has a brief mention of the BlogHer conference that just took place. There are only two comments (presumably both from men). They have a fairly negative reaction to a female driven blogging organization. So what do you think? If there was a “BlogHim” organization would that send women’s groups up in arms? Would the women on The View slam on a boys club for bloggers? Personally I think the commenters need to read more about BlogHer before they criticize it (and the blog post has not been updated post-conference), but would a “BlogHim” phenomenon cause divisiveness? It is interesting to look at it from a male perspective, however the purpose of BlogHer is not to magnify differences between male and female bloggers. It’s intent, and forgive me because I am not associated with BlogHer and I did not attend, I would presume is to create a sense of community and support for women bloggers. So if there are any men who happen to stop by my blog, what do you think of BlogHer? Are gender specific blogging organizations a negative thing?