Saturday, October 11, 2008

Turning the lens inward

You meet some really neat people when you choose to maintain a blog. I count Melissa Bartell among them, so when she asked me if I would agree to be featured in the September-October edition of the All Things Girl online magazine, I knew it would be a neat experience.

The piece, Man of the Moment, has been published here. If you ever wanted to know a little more about who I am and what makes me tick, now's your chance.

My thanks to Melissa for turning a nugget of an idea into something I'm quite proud of. Sometimes, you really do open your eyes a bit more when you turn the lens inward.

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9 comments:

Adventure girl wanna be said...

How cool! I love the pooh hat and the article. I had never heard of the Everything Girl! I can't wait to really look it over.

You are an amazing person. We are all lucky to have you blogging.

Congrats on being "man of the hour"! Peace!

Beverly said...

That is a great article. Thanks for the link. I had not heard of that online magazine either. I love your hat!

photowannabe said...

So happy to really meet you through the great article.
You definitely are THE MAN....
I believe that your work that you love, and more importantly your Family, keep you grounded.
This was a pleasure to read.

kenju said...

I don't have time to read it now, but I bookmarked it for later, Carmi! Congrats!

Sonny Drysdale said...

Liked the opening quote about blogging, Carmi. Daddy, you are soooo right.

Little worried about the Pooh beret tho. Kinda takes away from the Basque shepherd look - (that's meant as a compliment of course.)

photowannabe said...

Just a note to say my 3rd grounded theme post is up.
I am enjoying this challenge a lot.

MorahMommy said...

I'm impressed Carmi!

I already know how wonderful you are and I know that you will continue to have much success personally, as well as professionally.

I'm proud of you!!

xoxo

Deb

Barb said...

The article was truly a gift to a man who gives so much to others. I feel very lucky to have connected with your blog. I've said before that your genuineness in comments has encouraged me a number of times. You have done it yet again. What you said about blogging being writing in its purest form reminded me why I started a blog in the first place. So today I stepped away from the camera and filters and just wrote. I wrote what I saw in my mind when I awoke this morning. And I felt great when I finished. Thanks again.

dianne - bunny trails said...

What an INteresting article. While I've lurked around here and commented often (even having read your 100 Things posts), it was INteresting to learn more about you. It was a well done interview.

Have you ever seen the Bugs Bunny episode where he meets up with the mad scientist and the big, red, hairy monster? You can check it out here and find out why the word INteresting is stuck in my head. :D