My Life is Really Cool (Featuring a Guest Appearance by President Barack Obama, Among Others)

Monday, December 19, 2011

Tonight I returned home from nearly nine days in Washington, D.C., and National Harbor, MD, where I had the great honor of live-tweeting President Barak Obama's address to the 6,000 attendees of the Union for Reform Judaism's 71st Biennial Convention.

If that's not the pinnacle of my social media experience thus far, I don't know what is.

Oh, yeah, & I got see all of these people, too:

In case you're not sure, these are some of the people I love most in the world - my coworkers-turned-friends, all past & present employees of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism. Once you've worked there, you become family. It's like a fraternity, really, without the scandals & hazing & booze, & I feel so fortunate to be an alumna of such an incredible place alongside such an incredible group of people.

In my humble opinion, seeing them was every bit as good as seeing the president.

Cheesy? My bad. My sense of humor & I will return once I awaken from my post-convention coma. And now, if you'll excuse me, I need to go sleep for 48 hours or so.

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