Blog Out Loud is tomorrow! I hope to see you all there. If you have any questions at all, you can leave them in the comments or shoot me a message over on the Facebook page or on Twitter (@bolottawa). Remember, it’s free, parking is annoying so leave yourself some extra time, and we’re in the big room so there should be room for you and all your friends.
I just want to take this opportunity to thank some of the people who worked hard to make this year’s event happen. First up, the members of our hard-working panel who read every post, put a lot of thought into each of them, and compromised tirelessly to pick the posts that will be read tomorrow. They are:
Krista Gray-Donald of the blog Life in the Hutch, fabulous photographer, involved and caring citizen, and warm and loving mom to two littles;
Brenda Labelle of the blog Bjütie, a first class fashionista, pop culture queen, and expert on all the things that make you truly beautiful, inside and out; and
Sasha Rambles of the blog Rambling Notebook, passionate book lover, aspiring author, bemused parent, and kindred spirit of all who love to laugh.
Thanks so much ladies, you knocked it out of the park this year!
Also, a special thanks to our live-tweeter, Tanya Snook of the blog Spydergrrl On The Web. Tanya puts in a ton of work prepping for the event and making those who can’t be there feel like they are experiencing it first hand. I consider her my number one partner in this endeavor and she’s a fantastic blogger and a great lady, too. If you can’t make it out tomorrow, you can follow along with what’s happening on the Blog Out Loud Twitter Account, courtesy of Tanya. Thanks so much, Spydergrrl!
Lastly, as most of you know I’m planning for this to be my last Blog Out Loud. I just feel that its time has come and gone, and the world is ready for new things. I just want to say thank you so much to everyone who has ever submitted a post, read a post, or attended one of these events. It’s meant so much to me to have your support and to see the blogging community come together once a year. You’re all so lovely, and I’ll see you around the internet!