If you’ve been hanging around this blog for a bit, or with me over on Twitter, you’ve probably seen a reference (or sixty-four) to my WANAsistas (and bro!). You might even have thought, what’s up with that?
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the States. It’s a time when we reflect on what we’re truly thankful for and this year I’m adding my WANA family to the list.
Back in July the brilliant (and super gorgeous) Kristen Lamb gave an online blogging class and I, being terrified of all things online and Social Mediaish, joined. Little did I know that decision would alter my life forever.
First, I learned how to blog the right way.
Second, I found within the class people who would touch my heart, warm my soul, and make me laugh my pants off.
I found my WANAsistas (and bro!) Poor Kerry, he’s the only guy from the class and we always talk about our sistas, but we can’t forget our bro, too. We love you, Kerry!
These women and gentleman have been there for me when I was full of anxiety over blogging (How often? What? High Concept? Are you kidding me?) and when I needed a little support outside of the blogosphere.
Their ability to reach out and help amazes me and I am so inspired by not only their blogs, but them as people.
Last week in Vegas I got to meet Jillian Dodd and her daughter. It was super duper fantabulous! This weekend I hope I get to meet Debra Kristi and Jenny Hansen. If there was a way for me to drive all around the world to meet each one, I totally would.
See down there in my Circle of Friends? Those are my WANAsistas and bro. Check out their blogs, connect with them on Twitter. You’ll be ever so happy you did and I’m certain your life will change for the better just for knowing them. They have this happy magic in them and they love to spread the joy!
Thank You my fabulous WANA family. I love you and am so appreciative for all the support and guidance you’ve given me, not to mention the laughs. Oh, yes, the laughs!
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Here’s a little turkey humor for your turkey day. Try to watch to the end, this lady cracks me up!