Blog Spotlight: And Her Head Popped Off
The only thing better than discovering another very cool blog written by a creative mother is realizing that I actually KNOW the blogger, even if I use the term “know” rather loosely, as in, friend of a friend of a friend whose name rings a familiar bell.
Such was the case with And Her Head Popped Off, the blog of photographer, writer, and mother of four Terri Fischer. Terri is a friend of Suzanne Révy, who you’ve met in these pages, and I think we have another connection as well.
Terri is the real deal. You’ve got to admire a woman whose About page goes like this:
Mine is a charmed and a blessed life, filled with beauty and lessons and joy. Here I share my journey with you, as I precariously balance motherhood and creativity–two words that are at once both a paradox and a oneness. I tend to alternate between obsessions, generally those that include writing, photography, and drawing, but… these four (Kiki-9; Dimples-6; Mowgli-4; Shortcake-1) hoard most of my attention.
This is me, losing my fucking mind.
Maybe one or two of us can relate.
Check out Terri’s motherhood and creativity categories. Enjoy!
I’ve only “met” Terri online, but I love her blog and her pictures. Thanks for sharing!
too funny! will definitely check her out, when i have creative motherly chance…right now i’m too busy fighting the rain and my teen for one last family day at the beach on the last day of summer before school starts tomorrow!
She’s really that witty in person too.
I know this blogger and she is as beautiful and intelligent as her blog perceives, if not more so. We are related, in a crazy 90’s kind of way, through family and I’m proud to read her blog and learn more about her. You, Teri, are a phenomenal lady!
sounds like a soul sister to me! i lost my f#$*ing mind a very long time ago. thanks for sharing this find, miranda! off to check her out!
hi! I just found your blog, and I had to save it just by reading the title and the “helping mother’s meet creative goals”! Sounds like a great blog, I’m going to come back tomorrow when I’m not so tired, so I can really get a good look;)
look forward to visiting often