Ok, so I’m a little out of practice with the snow.
I haven’t written about my trip last week — despite having a million things to say, there’s just been no time. Coworking with Brian, Sheri, Jane, Mike and Matt was awesome — we always end up being a little sad we don’t work together in-person after we do these. We got to meet up with some local WordPress users from the Tybee Times (new WordPress-powered site coming soon!), SCAD Radio, and District.
Being back in a place that still feels like home, with the people I work with, was surreal at times but really fun for me. The menu still calls me back: “Come Home Matt.”
But these Tybee people. These people were my brothers and sisters for two years. Being away for so long almost let me forget how much I missed them, but one night back together reminded me well. I’d prepared myself for the possibility that I might not see anyone I knew while I was in town. I forgot to prepare myself for the possibility that I’d get to see so many. Tybee was my home again for a week and I couldn’t have hoped for it to have been any better. It won’t be so long before I come back again.
The photo above is from Matt’s Tybee WordPress Meetup gallery. Sheri took some awesome pictures of our WordPress meetup at Huc-a-Poo’s.
Took Brian and Sheri to Ex Libris and was proud to find a book on WordPress (right next to three pamphlets about Twitter, fittingly).
Nice to know that my design work is still floating around SCAD, albeit in the form of a screenshot in a book in the student bookstore. :)
Making potica for Christmas was my grandmother’s tradition, and when she couldn’t manage the work any longer, I decided to learn so the tradition wouldn’t be lost. My mom, my brother and I got together to make one a few days ago — it took three hours but was totally worth it. It’s also really boring to watch at normal speed, so here’s making potica in under a minute:
I had the pleasure of working with Coley Wopperer on this year’s Automattic holiday card. It turned out so well, we decided to share her illustration with everyone — and who doesn’t love desktop wallpaper? You can download high-res copies of the illustration (and one perfect for the iPhone or Android) on the official WordPress.com blog.
She loves that stick.