I have been blogging for over a year and during this time I have found some true friends and some not-so-nice people that I will definitely avoid! Since the Women’s friendship week is on the third Sunday in August (according to some websites!) I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for supporting me throughout my blogging career.
First up is Anna Marikar, who blogs at In The Playroom. She is like a little sister and she always say that I am her crazy half sister. I knew her through my giveaways. She is always like a hawk for spotting competitions. She regularly tweets after midnight to avoid clogging up everyone’s Twitter feed (how considerate!) and of course, she did win a few of my giveaways. She is one of the first few bloggers that I met in the flesh and also Anthea Barton, blogs at Blue Bear Wood. We went to a few events like Mr Muscle, Monopoly Empire Unveil, Smurfs and Beano Christmas.
Pippa is a blogger geek and is like my wikipedia (but Jenny came up with a fab word – Bloggipaedia). She is always the one who gives advice. *Cough cough!* She is older and wiser than me! She came up with my blog slogan: “Modelling and muddling through family life in Lichfield”.
Jenny is like the mother who look after us and always gives us plenty of comments on our blogs to help us increase our page view! We all need help with that for the statistics. She’s a great supporter of all our efforts.
Next is Tina Mansfield who blogs at The Soup Dragon Says, Mary Proctor, blogs at Over 40 and a Mum to One and Zoe Lester, blogs at My Mummy’s World. We met at the Birmingham Airport events and others too. Tina is a shy lady with a very clever outspoken boy. Mary is very easy going. My dear Jenny, always thinks Tina and Mary are twins. Obviously they are not. Please Tina and Mary make an appointment to meet Jenny and bring her to Specsavers. Zoe clearly is the baby of the group! She is young with fresh ideas and an active little boy.
Both Kel MoolBoots and Anthea are very wise people. Kelly likes to post blog photos of her headless children to protect them from unnecessary harassment. Good move! Anthea has an amazing Art and Craft blog – Zing Zing Tree, which she demonstrates different kinds of craft to do with children.
The next four who I have not yet met but would like to give a shout out to are Tami Anderson who blogs at Mummy of Two, Angela Spicer who blogs at The Life of Spicers, Fiona Martin who blogs at Mummy’s Little Stars and +Laura CYMFT who blogs at Yummy Mummy Flabby Tummy.
Tami is the new face of Butlin’s Ambassbors 2013-2014. I’m not jealous of her holidays, ‘not’ at all! I would like to follow her and see more of her large collection of holiday photos. Angela is the Spice girl who does knitting and sewing. Fiona is an expert at her video blogging! She is a gadget geek.
Last but not least, is Laura. You wouldn’t want to mess with her. She is the lady with strength and power! She is great at her toy reviews hence she gets picked to represent brands like Playmobil playologis and a past ToyRUs Toyologist. They are very lovely people with lovely kids. We regularly chat and moan on Facebook which is great fun. I would like to give them a toast! Toasts to Friendship!