The last 36 hours at Type-A Con Atlanta.

Last week when I mentioned to people that I would be going to a blogging conference this weekend, they were like, “a what?”

“A blogging conference.”

I said and looked at them like blogging is a business enterprise and lots of people make good money doing it.

I just don’t happen to be one of them —

But I love writing. And blogging is writing and community. So here is proof to all my non-blogging friends that people really to come to these things.

And learn and meet up with people we’ve met online — and have fun.

Since I’ve got to run back downstairs and do more of all three, here are a few pictures from the last 36 hours.

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I woke up on Friday morning at 6 a.m. to run with folks.

And then the conference started.



After a great day, a few of us had an awesome dinner at the Buckhead Diner.


After a wonderful meal, Chef Charlie presented an amazing selection of desserts for us to try.


Fun dancing and meeting Dorothy Hamill. < Scream.> Will write about that later.

I ended up out on the deck with some new friends and old friends from the wonderful Yeah Write community.


Back in the lobby at 6 a.m. this morning. It was a lot harder to wake up.

I was worried.

Whenever I am the first to show up for something. I start to wonder.


Turns out lots of us showed up and got in a good run.



Here I was at lunch today.


Of course, after lunch I went to a great section — Blog photography for the Photographically Challenged, or something like that.

Which was great. Until she said, “If all your posts have photos from your iPhones . . . ?”


Will report more later.

How’s your weekend going so far?

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4 responses to “The last 36 hours at Type-A Con Atlanta.”

  1. tiffani says:

    Wish I was with you and in some of your pics. Glad I wasn’t up at 6am for a run though. Hope you learned a bunch, need to pass on the info to the rest of us. xoxo tiffani
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    • Jamie Miles says:

      I so wish you were able to be there too. It was great fun. They are having a Type-A Parent Boot Camp at Disneyland in July. Made you could make that?

  2. Yeah, I heard that, too. Bleh. That and one other comment were the only blogger-disparaging comments I heard at the conference, which made it a so much more user friendly experience.
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