I usually try to keep things light around here. Hilarious farming misadventures, terriers, and, of course, loads of coyote poo. I purposely try to restrain myself from getting too political. Because those who know me know that...Read More
Made it back from Chicago and BlogHer and can barely remember my own name, let alone pull together a blog post. So here are some bits and pieces of wisdom or foolishness. You decide which is which. Interesting Fact: Flickr can...Read More
In Which I Don’t Quite Become BlogHer BFFs with Tina Brown and The Pioneer Woman, But With the Help of a Friend, Solve Nearly All World Problems
The BlogHer ’09 Conference has been so jam-packed I’ve barely been able to Twitter,...Read More
It would be a gross understatement to say that my husband and I have different travel styles. Andy is strictly a First Class-Accommodations-All-The-Way kind of guy. And when I say First Class, I mean it in the very special way...Read More
The grapes are ripening at Two Terrier Vineyards, but I’m afraid to post while hundreds of hits are still coming in aimed at the three hotly debated posts I wrote raising some points and criticisms about BlogHer and...Read More
BlogHer ’08 is a week over, but it goes on for many of us who were given a lot of food for thought at the conference. Here at this blog, my critique of one of the panel discussions that I found disappointing has sparked great...Read More
Remember, on the Internet, no one knows you’re a dog.I left BlogHer ’08 early, based in part on my disappointment with Day Two. But it seems BlogHer doesn’t want to leave me. I outlined my disappointment...Read More
After a great first day, I went back for the second day of BlogHer ’08 expecting another action and info packed day. Sadly, it was the inverse of the first day, where I expected nothing and was blown away. Now I was...Read More
About This Blog
A Yank. A Brit. Two Terriers. A Vineyard. And a Dream.
Being the true-life adventures of two city kids and two spoiled terriers as they transition to a life of winemaking and organic farming in Sonoma. You know Green Acres? It’s like that.
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