Saturday, 17 October 2009

And while I remember ...

.... I'm highly jealous!!

All those bloggy folks over in the States are having a a meet up. Kerry aka Skinny Me ... Coming Soon has rallied a whole load of folks to meet up and have drinks and talk weight loss and life in Toront. S'not fair that they all live so close together!! There's some folks over here I'd love to meet but everyone's so spread out all over the place .... *sigh* .... will just have to keep reading about you!

I'm going to try Honey and Sunflower Ginger Scones tomorrow ..... exciting!! Will let you know how they turn out :o)

5 comments:

Zanna, travelling tart said...

Yes it is fun to meet fellow bloggers - I've managed three meetings so far
- Chris from Diet Coke Rocks and Anne from Not a Mid Life Crisis, then Lee Anne from Married with Children when I was in NZ a couple of years ago, then last month I met with Isabelle from In this Life and Shauna from Dietgirl. (will post about this recent one soon)

My Own Two Feet said...

If it makes you feel better I am in the states and I am like 400 miles from the closest other blogger on here (well other than Kyle who I met on facebook before here).

Ali said...

It's definitely fun to meet fellow bloggers who you've read so much about. It's like meeting up with an old friend, who you've known for years!

Pick somewhere central and with enough notice, you might be surprised how many people make the effort!

That or you could always save up and fly to America to meet up with some American Bloggers, and join them next time!

Linz M said...

Blimey, when I was writing my last post gushing about you lovely people, I was thinking how great it would be to meet with fellow bloggers!

I'd travel for a meet definitely!

x

samigurumi said...

I have met with quite a few other bloggers in the UK. Its really good fun and its odd cause they know tonnes about me but I don't really know very much about them. Because I blog but they dont so its a bit strange at first. I wouldn't have the cool friends I do if I hadn't started blogging.