Do It Myself Blog – Glenda Watson Hyatt

Motivational Speaker

Left Thumb Blogger Signs Books in Vegas

Filed under: Blogging,I'll Do It Myself: The Book — by at 1:52 pm on Friday, November 2, 2007

Join Me at Blog World Expo

While at the BlogWorld Expo in Las Vegas next week, I’ll be signing copies of my autobiography I’ll Do It Myself in which I intimately share living with cerebral palsy to show others that cp is not a death sentence, but rather a life sentence:

Thursday, November 8th
Outside of the Exhibitors Hall


Friday, November 9th
Blogger & Podcaster Magazine booth #315 in the Exhibitors Hall

Come on by! I am really looking forward to meeting many of my imaginary friends and colleagues!

If, perchance, we do not meet up, copies of I’ll Do It Myself will also be available at the Expo bookstore.

Thank you for your continued support for the Blog for a Year contest.. We broke the 7000 vote mark today! Please keep the votes coming in. One brilliant idea is to make the voting page your homepage to remind yourself to vote daily.

Have a great weekend!

If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a chai tea latte. Thanks kindly.

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Comment by RennyBA

November 3, 2007 @ 12:45 pm

Hello FB friend! If there was any blogger around the whole world I would like to meet, it would have been you. To me you are the best prove of the fact that blogging empowering people. But sorry, I’m in Milan, Italy those days.

You’ve had my vote for you today as well of course. May I ask you nicely to return the favor by supporting me the same way as I’m nominated The 2007 Weblog Awards.

Wishing you a wonderful end to your week 🙂

Comment by Glenda

November 3, 2007 @ 1:02 pm

Thanks for your kind words, my friend. Perhaps we will meet one day!

You have my vote and I ask that my fantastic readers extend the same support to you. Good luck!

Comment by Chris Heuer

November 11, 2007 @ 2:08 pm

Hi Glenda, it was so nice to meet you and learn about your story and your book – thank you so much for autographing mine. As I mentioned, both of my parents had Cerebral Palsy, though I did not know my father. My mother wrote a much shorter work (on a very old typewriter) based on a paper she wrote in High School. I scanned that book online sometime ago, which you can find here

I am so glad there are wonderful people like you in the world lighting the way for others to believe in themselves, despite whatever obstacles life may present. All my best, and all my love to you!

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