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Starting today I will be heading to Atlanta, GA for the Catholic New Media Celebration sponsored by SQPN. Other bloggers attending the event include: Mark Shea, The Curt Jester, Amy Welborn, Rebecca Christian of Catholic in Film School, Clayton Emmer of The Weight of Glory, Pat Gohn of Write In Between, Heidi H. Saxton of Mommy Monsters, Sarah Reinhard of Just Another Day of Catholic Pondering, Rachel Balducci of Testosterhome. and I’m sure there are many others, but those were the only ones listed. There are also many many podcasters.

The Celebration is on Sunday so I’m starting my drive down today. I will also be visiting some of my family in GA. First I will drive down on Sunday night to meet them where they will be vacationing at Amelia Island in FL (!) and then drive back up to GA and stay with them for a few more days before heading back home next Friday. Please pray for my safe travel (and for all the other bloggers and podcasters). I hope to have time to get a few posts in here and there while I’m gone.

June 20th, 2008 at 12:20 am
3 Responses to “It’s a New Media Celebration!”
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    Brian C. Says:

    God bless your trip (and your family), Chelsea; I’ll offer prayers for a successful and productive one! (Say “hi” to all the other courageous “new media” people for me, too!)

    No rush, or anything, but I’ll be happy when you return! Your blog is where I go to “stabilize my spiritual blood sugar”, so to speak… after reading many other (excellent) blogs which inform me of the nutty things going on in the world, and making me want to bash my fish into the wall, I can usually read a few of your posts, take a deep breath, and say, “It’s okay… God *is* in control. Everything will work out!” :)

    In Christ,
    Brian (& wife Kathy, who doesn’t surf blogs, but who was also suitably impressed with the posts of yours that I read–and even more impressed to hear that our old bishop, H.E. Raymond Burke, recommended your blog!)

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    Brian C. Says:

    :) Um… make that last one, “…bash my FIST against the wall…” (*sheepish look*) No, I don’t go throwing trout at the walls…

    In Christ,
    Brian

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    Ouiz Says:

    I didn’t get a chance to officially meet you, but I was the woman with the baby stroller who sat next to you at Mass.

    Hope you enjoyed the conference! (I didn’t get to hear much of it, because my daughter refused to be quiet and so I spent most of my time out in the lobby! Oh well….)

    God bless!