The girls are who sit there are always laughing and flirting with the cutest boys. They have a confidence that the rest of the room lacks and their certain je ne sais quoi attracts fabulousity like a magnet. But most of all, they always look like they're having the best time.
When Laura and I first started this blog we had about four followers who read and occasionally commented on our ramblings. Two of whom were our mom and grandmother. Safe to say that we were eating lunch together in the handicapped stall in the bathroom. Almost a year later we've met some truly incredible people (this is the part where I get a little teary eyed) who have become more than just fellow bloggers and writers, but friends too.
Today we were nominated for The Kreativ Blogger Award three different times, which in our mind pretty much cemented our spot at the cool table. And because we're rebels, we're going to ignore the rules (duh, we're sitting at the cool table now...who needs rules!?) and instead share a little bit about fab gals that nominated us, so you can check them out.
Weronika Janczuk is going to run the world someday. She's an actual Young Adult, (How cool is it to have a true Young Adult friend? Really cool if you're boring quarterlifers like us.) she writes like a madwoman (seriously, this girl cranks out more words in a week than we hope for in a month!), she volunteers, she takes care of her family AND she finds time to contribute to the blogosphere. Rock on, Weronika. Rock on.
Jenna Alexander is one of our newest blog friends, and she's the only person we know with an R-rated blog. No, it's true! Her blog has a tag that says you have to be 18 or older to read it. Yowsa! And she has five sisters. FIVE! We love her already, which explains the copious amount of exclamation marks in this description.
Shelli Johannes-Wells is not only a talented writer represented by a kick ass agent, she's also a marketing genius. I know, I know, it's SO not fair. But if you're an aspiring writer and you're not following her blog you're doing yourself a serious disservice. She's crazy smart and I think that if we all listen to her we'll learn how to attract agents, get an editor and sell lots and lots of books.
Well guys, thanks for reading our randomness on a regular basis and for saving us a spot at the cool table. It's really nice to not have to rest our packages of Twizzlers and cans of Diet Coke on the toilet seat.