The Disney Social Media Moms Celebration officially wrapped up four nights ago and I’m still in recuperation stage. Although today I finally was able to put in a full work day without zoning out. My apologies to my online friends because I have not been keeping up with the content demand. And I’m so thrilled about you visiting my site. I’ve never had so many comments on any one post before and it really thrills me to no end. (Insert giddy smile here.)
I still need some time to gather my thoughts for a coherent blog post on the entire event. I’ve been visiting some of the site from the bloggers who attended and I am so impressed with their writing talents and amount of content they publish. Janice and Susan from 5 Minutes For Mom are simply amazing! Their energy levels are through the roof and it shows in their website.
While I gather my thoughts, here are some photos from the event. These are a compilation of my pictures, plus photos from Preston Mack – the official Disney photographer on Friday, and Josh Hallet of hyku.com who attended Thursday’s breakfast with Guy Kawasaki.
Kathy Ireland captivated the audience with her eloquent presentation.
Backstage with Kathy Ireland. What a beautiful person she is!
Walt Disney World Resort President Meg Crofton welcomed the moms to the first ever Social Media Moms Celebration.
Maxine Clark, founder and Chief Executive Bear of Build-A-Bear Workshop delivered the opening presentation that set the tone for the rest of the day.
Cool shot of the American Adventure rotunda where Guy Kawasaki presented. Photo compliments of Josh Hallett, hyku.com
Marissa Jaret Winokur had the crowd laughing with her creative presentation on how she uses social media.
Chris Brogan and moms from the conference at Epcot on Thursday nights.
Chris Brogan and me at the end of the day’s events on Friday. Oh yeah – the Muppets showed up for the festivities, too!
ABC’s Extreme Home Makeover star Ty Pennington at Thursday’s Volunteer Family Celebration event at Epcot.
The new Guinness World Record for structure made out of canned food. The food was all packaged up and distributed to local food banks in Florida and Georgia, enough to feed 70,000 meals!