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Me! Interviewed!


by Meg Keene, Editor-In-Chief

I’ve been practicing for my first interview since I could hold a brush as a mike and peer into the bathroom mirror, and today is the big day. Virtually. I happen to be a Wishspot Wedding Expert,* and Christine over at Wishspot did a interview with me, about well, me. If you want to learn more about my non-wedding self, go check it out (and tell me what you think).

As for me, it’s been a LONG week at work, and I’m out for the rest of the day. Next week we’ll finish up the wedding graduate posts – at least for now – and I have some cool weddings to share. Enjoy your weekend rambles.

*I think we can agree, given how untalented I appear to be at registering that it’s amusing that I’m considered to be a expert. But, Wishspot has actually made our real life registry less of a chore. And you can put goats on it.

Meg Keene

Meg is the Founder and EIC of APW. Her first book, A Practical Wedding: Creative Solutions for Planning a Beautiful, Affordable, and Meaningful Celebration, was published in January 2012, and has been a top three bestseller on the wedding bookshelf ever since. Meg has her BFA in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and son.

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  • http://www.xanga.com/bumblingbride Jillian

    Hahaha! I like the swim trunks story. You dond’t happen to have a picture of this, do you?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11371172824707301749 Cate Subrosa

    Obviously you are exactly as cool as I expected, aka VERY!

    I’m dying to see your living room walls.

    I’m also thinking about re-reading Mockingbird, one of my all-time faves too.

    Have a fab weekend, Meg.

  • http://promtoaltar.net/blog Nicole

    Nice!
    I’m curious about that t-shirt… and my pockets are filled with post-its, too.

  • Peonies and Polaroids

    You’re brilliant! Your walls sound fabulous, I’m always really curious about what people’s houses look like. And growing up without a tv, what a luxury in this day and age!