In early December, I talked with Joe Howard of WPBuffs, who inspired me at my first WordCamp event as a speaker.
At WCLAX in October, I’d present a topic on a subject that you rarely see at WordCamps – the history, process, and magic of Wapuus.
I donned my Fedora, dimmed the lights, and with a Frank Sinatra’s “Luck Be a Lady” with lyrics to represent WordPress plugins.
Calendar year 2020 has been an incredibly difficult year for everyone but being away from my mother this year was especially tough.
“The number of seeds you plant is different from the number of seeds that grow.” Participating in a Community Panel was a great way to give back and pay forward.
Google Flight notifications to St. Louis greeted me each morning; I didn’t have a room or board or a ticket. Taking a deep breath, clicking the BUY button, my challenge was laid out before me — WordCamp US (#wcus).