On Monday night I had dinner with the Prime Minister.
There’s been quite a media brouhaha about it ever since.
I wrote about it over at Australians for Honest Politics for Margo Kingston.
Think I’ll just leave it at that.
Lucky you, well done, ignore rude people.
How does it feel to be stirring up such strong words and emotions in people, just by accepting an invitation and attempting to define yourself rather than be defined by others? Methinks you are more powerful than they want you to be.
Happy to listen to you chat about important life issues, mental health, disability etc. Not happy to have to hear about Julia Gillard’s interest in digital media in the midst of her campaigning. Not sure what Womans weekly interest was about your connection with her are you on the Womens weekl.y staff or have a connection there?
If Julia hasn’t managed to market herself more successfully given her policitical behaviour thats sadly her loss.
Whilst I agree being defined by a label such as a mummy blogger asyou are a woman that blogs. I am a working woman that’s a mother and my proudest role is mother go figure
Hey that’s cool. Good on you for having that special dinner with the PM. Blogging certainly does not define who you are and may we be the better for your words of wisdom. People who do not walk in your shoes should not judge you (that makes all of us).
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