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Los Angeles Times article

A few weeks a go I was contacted by LA Times Freelance writer Kim Kabar for an article about my Wedding Planning blog, I was so excited and finally two Sundays a go the article was published! (I was interviewed along with my friends Tabitha from Ms.Awesome and Laura from Happy hour with a housewife) It took me a few days to finally read it because I was visiting Ken up in San Jose that weekend. So I was really looking forward to it. When I read it I was super excited and didn't notice anything wrong, but last week I read Tabitha's experience with the article and it got me pretty upset.

Maybe that's the reason I was not excited enough to share it right away, but don't get me wrong I AM super excited because one of our amazing wedding pictures by Next Exit Photography was published in the paper along with the interview about my blogging experience =] It's just that I don't agree with the way Tabitha and Cynthia were treated.

[Here a portion of the paper, Click to enlarge]

You can read the online version of the article here and Tabitha's post about her experience here.

Joy



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Joy Kelley is a Chilean Designer & lettering Artist. Mom to 3 little boys. Crafter. Pattern lover. Color obsessed. Lemon pie dependent. And the hand behind the HowJoyful Studio & HowJoyful Shop

8 replies
  1. Tabitha
    Tabitha says:

    Ahh! I don’t want my not-so-fun experience to mess it up for you! Your wedding was so awesome and your voice/blog rock! Thanks for the love girl-, and, um, yeah- that photo is pretty pretty! Can’t wait to see you someday soon! 🙂

  2. Altaira
    Altaira says:

    Hey lady – Congrats! your wedding is/was one of the most memorable 🙂 i was just in crestline with the kids last week but you were up at the ski resort 🙁 next time im coming to town ill remember to let you know in advance so we can get together!!

  3. Jenna @ SpitzerStories
    Jenna @ SpitzerStories says:

    I’m so excited for you…getting included in the article and all. I hope it leads a bunch of new people to your awesomeness. 😉

    But I’m also so bummed for the whole mess with the civil ceremony vs. wedding wording that Tabitha had to deal with. It’s much more than an issue of semantics. I really enjoyed reading the article Tabitha wrote about this experience. She is so well-spoken (written?) and so are you.

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Sarah
    Sarah says:

    So excited for you…very cool! What isn’t cool is how Tabitha was treated….hard to believe that this kind of thing is still happening these days. But as Tabitha said above..don’t let that take your excitement away from you. 😉

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