So I’m Going to the Digital Parents Conference…
And I thought I better introduce myself before I go!
Hi, I’m Kirsty. I’m 36 and I’m from Newcastle. I’m blonde and I’m short and I’ve been told I sound a little like Judith Lucy – but don’t ask me to tell you a joke!
I have been blogging since January last year but this will be my first formal blogging event.
To calm my nerves I decided to volunteer and will be greeting attendees at the back of the room on the day, with Denyse Whelan, so feel free to come on up and say hi!
I am not the most organised person in the world – that’s probably why I’m still waiting for my business cards to be delivered…
I am also probably the only attendee who hasn’t yet worked out what they are taking and what they are going to wear. Seriously I have absolutely no idea what I’m taking yet.
That’s probably because there is so much still to do here at home before I even go.
It’s Gilbert’s 8th birthday on Wednesday so there are presents to wrap, cakes to bake and an informal party to arrange.
Not to mention the Stage 1 project on the 5 senses of the body that is due on Friday for my older kids (SO much more to do there!)
Oh, and I’m working up until Thursday so I won’t be getting into Melbourne until around 8.30pm, so no opportunity for any pre-conference get-togethers for me.
But I am so looking forward to visiting Melbourne again and I can’t wait to meet you all.
Oh, and maybe I’m a little excited to have a chance to have 2 nights of uninterrupted sleep!
So, if you are going to be in Melbourne too, please leave a comment below and let me know your name and your blog.
And on Friday look for the short, blonde, unprofessional greeter at the back of the room, who sounds a little bit like Judith Lucy – because that will probably be me!
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