Woolf Camp: because she can

I am delighted to tell you that Grace Davis is organizing Woolf Camp down in Santa Cruz over President’s Day Weekend. She is opening up her house to other bloghers (and bloggers 😉 to just come together and be. Her original blog post is a good indicator of the wonderful energy she is cultivating.

    Come, evolve with us. Come teach, come learn, come eat a lot of M&Ms, come hang out.

    World peace through blogging,

Besides Grace being a great writer and all around cool person, she has doubly blessed me by citing BrainJams as one of her inspirations (along with BarCamp) and dubbed me as one of the “techies who are not afraid to be human”. Ever since I first saw that kind tribute, I have been wanting to hang out with her and get to know her better. Now Kristie and I have our chance and we are really looking forward to it. Might even go down FRI night beforehand and stay somewhere on the beach…

Will be a good chance to work on posting some of my old poetry and perhaps writing some new stuff. But given the wonderful home spun schedule she has proposed, I just might be too busy “Invent(ing) entirely new art forms and genres of bloggity literature or maybe doing something “workshoppy” while “shyly wander(ing) onto (her) flower-filled deck”.

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  1. #1 by GraceD - January 26th, 2006 at 10:42

    Thank you so much for your kind words! We will be honored with Kristie’s and your presence.

    I will always remember you as the renegade who hollered at last year’s Recovery 2.0 meeting that the resources and tools MUST be easy for your GRANDMA to use! I damn near started crying.

    I must give credit to the ever clever Liz Henry/Badgerbag for the most excellent proposed itinerary. Liz’s wonderous word wrangling includes poetry, translation of
    Spanish lit, and artful blogging. I follow Liz around with my cloak, ready to throw on a puddle so she can tread on a dry surface, such is my cloying fandom.

    Chris, Santa Cruz awaits you and Kristie! Please contact me if I can assist you with anything.


  2. #2 by GraceD - January 26th, 2006 at 10:44

    I left a ‘dangling Chris’ at the end of my comment. Think of this as a sort of “to be continued” grammatical device.

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