Meet me(or other people) in Melbourne!

 meet me in melbourne

Come one come all.

If you’re a blogger and in Melbourne on Sunday June 17, would you like to meet a few other bloggers? The (almost) no rule Meet Me in Melbourne bloggers gathering will be in the Flagstaff Gardens in the afternoon from 2pm onwards in the vicinity of the kids’ playground, near the junction of Peel, William and Franklin Streets. You can come in any guise for as long or short a time as you like. BYO picnic paraphernalia if you so desire – perhaps some afternoon tea to share.

The only rule? A name tag with who you are and the name of your blog.

And no excuses, like you don’t know anyone or are worried your type of blog won’t fit in. It’s the perfect opportunity to get in touch with some of your on-line acquaintances and plan to meet up. We all share the desire to connect to each other through our blogs, so I’m sure none of us are too scary in real life.

Of course being Melbourne, the weather is something of a lottery. Please check on the morning of the meet for latest details and weather contingency plans at any of the following blogs:

soozs big adventure

muppinstuff

peasoup

If you’d like to help us spread the word (even if you can’t come in person) please copy and paste this post to your blog. We’re also working hard to bring you one of those groovy badges so stay tuned.

Meetme2

so does this mean I’m going? ehem, well maybe, I haven’t decided!

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7 Responses to “Meet me(or other people) in Melbourne!”

  1. Penni Says:

    Can you believe I just put two and two together yesterday? Bit slow aren’t I?
    So are you coming to the Melbourne meet? I will if you do!

  2. Penni Says:

    p.s The biggest giveaway in the end was the name of your blog. I though, hmm…kids are right age, yes the top of that head could be her, kids definitely look a bit like you (and they’re gorgeous and they look like they have your sense of humour, this brimming laugh beneath the surface), and then I saw Motherama written in big letters up the top and thought, oh, that is SO Sian.

  3. Janet Says:

    It would be lovely to see you there Asiya! So far the 4 bloggers I’ve met have been kind, intelligent and thoughtful women. And fun. Once we all get through the first moments of fear and matching written voices to actual people, I imagine that there will be no end of things to talk about and an hour or two will not seem nearly long enough…

  4. sooz Says:

    Hear hear (or is that here here?)!

  5. Asiya Says:

    I’d love to meet you there too, but I’m still a bit unsure! People might think I’m strange! I am, but I still don’t want people to think that! And I can’t knit or sew or make beautiful preserves! Although I’d love to learn how, so maybe I can come and get some lessons while I’m there!

  6. Asiya Says:

    Sorry Penni, your comments were sitting in moderation without me realizing, and I went back to your blog and thought, oh she hasn’t responded, maybe she’s snubbing me! At the moment I’m thinking yes, I will come, our daughters are almost the same age, so they could play together!

  7. Aliana Says:

    I am slightly far away, like the other side of the planet! Otherwise I would come. 🙂

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