BlogOnMosi Bloggers poem

BlogonMosi

It’s a couple of weeks since we had the fab day at #BlogOnMosi, and as I’ve just received their presentation info from BringDigital it reminded me of what we learnt and shared on the day, including my poem.

You know you’re a blogger

When dinners on the table and your family’s ready to eat
but they can’t touch a morsel till you’ve photo’d it to tweet

And when you’re on a day out & the kids say something funny
you quickly get your pen & ask, say that again for mummy

You’ve seen that nosey neighbour, she’s stared at you before
she’s wondering why there’s always men, with big packages at your door

Some people just don’t get it, but what they don’t see
is what a friendly supportive helpful bunch, a blogging community can be

There’s always someone willing, to share tech advice and tips
and helping you build confidence, to go on blogging trips

So here we are at BlogOn, we’ve heard inspirational people speak
It’s been informative and lots of fun, so can we do it again next week!

Thanks to Laura (TiredMummyOfTwo) for introducing us to pr’s, brands, fun and wonderful blogging friends, all recaptured here.

 

Prose for Thought

 

15 Comments

  1. June 3, 2015 / 20:08

    Gosh I have missed reading your poetry. This really does utterly sum us bloggers up! Utterly brilliant. Thank you so much for linking to Prose for Thought x

    • June 3, 2015 / 21:13

      Thanks Victoria, glad you liked it, It very much is the side of blogging I know x

  2. May 29, 2015 / 20:42

    FAB and spot on. Except, I seem to have been missing out on these ‘men at the door with big packages’… 😉 #prose4t

  3. May 29, 2015 / 20:17

    Haha what a fab poem! Blog On was awesome, as usual. Glad you enjoyed it 🙂 x

  4. Erin @Yorkshiretots
    May 29, 2015 / 19:51

    haha.. well said! I enjoyed the poem on the day and thanks for the nice little reminder 🙂 Looking forward to next year already!

    • May 28, 2015 / 20:52

      It was a great day, and such a laugh. x

  5. May 27, 2015 / 10:09

    Lovely poem 🙂

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