Saturday, July 19, 2008

Just back from BlogHer '08, and now have blogger's block.

So I just finished two days at BlogHer '08. It was wonderful and amazing and I feel like I should blog about it at length.

But I can't.

I have total blogger's block. I'm on complete blogging overload. I met so many great bloggers and heard so many great posts read at the BlogHer Community Keynote and sat in on so many great panels that I'm convinced right at this moment that anything I wrote would SUCK.

I even left the closing cocktail party at Macy's early, after hanging out with a very nice woman named Anna from Austin who blogs about cookies and gets like 4,000 hits a day while I get maybe 2, because I was so overwhelmed and yes, a little burnt out on talking about blogging. (Anna, I'm terribly embarrassed to admit that, because I have the memory of a goldfish, I've already forgotten the name of your blog but will link to it if/when you email me.)

And I wanted to see my husband and son.

So I will write a better post about BlogHer. Just not tonight.


Anonymous said...

Anna from Austin's blog: (she posted a link to your blog on her site).

millie said...

Hey there. We were at the same panel yesterday afternoon (the ALI one). I'm also local and thought I'd stop by and say 'hey'.

Cynthia W Gentry said...

@anonymous: Thanks! I'll go check out Anna's blog, and add her to my Blogroll as well.

@millie: Thanks for stopping by! That was a great panel, although I wish it had been held in a smaller room. Look forward to checking out your blog, too.

Anna said...

Hi Cynthia,

Thanks for stopping by Cookie Madness! And thanks Anonymous poster for giving her the link. Next year I shall have business cards!

I was pretty tired Sunday night too -- not to mention a little shaken up by the whole "mystical hobbit" debacle. Holy Guacamole.

zhadi said...

Poor Cynthia...I so relate to Bloggers Block and also to being totally intimidated by the amount of great blogs there are out there. YOur writing is definitely a match for any of the best