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Media Release: Charlotte County Resident is One of 150 Selected to Attend NASA Tweetup for Mars Rover Launch, November 23 and 25, 2011

It’s time for another NASA Tweetup and guess what? I’m over the moon with excitement! Following is the media release I’m distributing about my attendance and above is one of my favorite photos from my first NASA Tweetup, final launch of space shuttle Endeavour on May 16, 2011. Hope you’ll follow along with me on Read More »


#NASATweetup:Registration Opens June 1 for NASA Tweetup for Final Space Shuttle Launch

Do you have an interest in the space shuttle program? Did you marvel at it when you were a kid and dream about being an astronaut and floating in space? Would you like to meet an astronaut? Are you a Twitterer who follows NASA? Did you follow my tweets and blog posts about the incredible Read More »


Wordless Wednesday: People of NASA Tweetup

Was there any doubt this post would be about the NASA Tweetup at Kennedy Space Center, April 28 & 29, 2011? If you’ve been reading along, you know I’ve been inspired by many NASA people so it’s only appropriate this week’s Wordless Wednesday showcases some of these amazing folks I met and listened to this Read More »


NASA Tweetup: Remembering Anything is Possible

Those who have joined me on this journey of participating in the NASA Tweetup (April 28 & 29, 2011) know the sentimental meaning of attending and potentially seeing a space shuttle launch. Short story is, my grandparents introduced me to the space shuttle program during summer vacation in 1981 with a visit to the Kennedy Read More »


NASA Tweetup: “Holding a Cloud”

“It’s like holding a cloud,” Carol Adams (@caroladams1) of Raleigh, N.C., told me when I asked what it was like holding the small brick of aerogel. Aerogel is a silicon-based solid and 99.8 percent of the volume is empty space, making it the lightest known porous solid on Earth. NASA uses it to collect comet Read More »


NASA Tweetup: Yup, We Were Scrubbed

Perseverance, determination, opportunity, creative thinking and follow your passion. These are some of the things I’m taking away from my two-day experience of the NASA Tweetup at the Kennedy Space Center, Fla. (April 28 & 29). My dream of finally seeing a space shuttle launch didn’t happen yesterday and I’m not sure if it will. Read More »




NASA Tweetup Fashion: Meatball on My Head

NASA Tweetup Fashion: Feather Hair Clip When fashion sense and creativity were being handed out, my sister Liz must have received my portions. She’s incredibly clever, talented, funny and rivals Carrie Bradshaw when it comes to fashion. I commissioned an artist to create jewelry for Obama’s inauguration so being a participant in the upcoming NASA Read More »


Tuning Up My Twitter-Friendly Vocabulary for the NASA Tweetup

Say what you will, but Twitter is a literary art form. I love the challenge of crafting something informative and entertaining in 140 characters or less. Sadly, I haven’t done that lately and my tweets have been purely informative and a bit boring. While conversing with NASA Tweetup folks yesterday about something totally different @ageekmom Read More »