Today begins our family vacation. The night was short and this morning I still have everything else to pack that is still needed at home today.
When I switched my smartphone active again from the flight mode, various notifications poped up. Among other things also the news that the episode of the #WPCoffeeTalk is now available online, in which Michelle invited me for a chat.
Birgit Olzem is a WordPress powerhouse! In spite of illness and other hardships, she contributes to core, runs her own business, raises a family, and organizes WordCamps. @CoachBirgit #WordPress #wpcoffeetalk #coffee #whatsinyourmug #muglifehttps://t.co/fjkqaXHGUH
— WPCoffeeTalk (@wpcoffeetalk) July 5, 2019
It was so good to meet @CoachBirgit. I can't wait until our paths cross in person eventually! I hope you enjoy meeting her as much as I did!#WordPress #wpcoffeetalk #coffee #whatsinyourmug #muglife https://t.co/YqHl7I2Dp8
— Michelle Frechette Ames (@michelleames) July 5, 2019
@CoachBirgit is really a @WordPress powerhouse. Her tremendous hardwork is an inspiration for all of us and I was honored that I met her in @WCEurope .😇
Listen her journey and spread it all over the world.
You all will love this.😍❤️#WordPress @wpcoffeetalk #WPCoffeetalk #WCEU https://t.co/xSYDIYfLWH
— Nidhi Jain at #WCEU (@jainnidhi03) July 5, 2019
Being referred to as a powerhouse was very touching. But when I look at what I do every day in a neutral way, it’s true somehow.
I only shared my story about how I got into WordPress, what I do with it, and my contributions to the open source project.
Michelle has also managed to elicit a hidden talent from me. But what am I telling here? Listen to it yourself.