I just wrote a blog post for dvm360 at the invitation of Veterinary Economics Editor Kristi Reimer. Ok, so it was not a direct invitation, it was the introduction to the June issue of Veterinary Economics, sort of a “Draw This Turtle” for veterinarians.
I opened my June Veterinary Economics and read it from cover to cover like I always do. The last thing I read (It was on the front page – I read magazines and journals from back to front – I think it’s a lefty thing) made me space off and dream for the rest of my lunch break. Kristi said (to me!) “We’re on the lookout for user-generated content.”
Earlier in the year, Charity, who I work for at Carefresh, suggested I write a list of every company I would like to write with. I already have my dream Mom-Veterinarian-Writer career. Really, could it get any better??
I write HERE (which I LOVE – thanks Dave!!) and for Omaha.net (which I also love – thanks Jordy and Morgan!), Banfield occasionally asks for my input for their blog and journal (Thanks Nina!) and I had just accidently landed my dream job with Carefresh (Thanks Charity and Tom!) Was it even OK to dream bigger?
But I do everything Charity tells me to do. So I started writing out my dream list. And at the very top of my list was dvm360-Advanstar Communications. They are the team behind most of my favorite veterinary journals. I knew it was just a dream, but sometimes dreams can become Real Life. And writing lists is fun.
Thank YOU for coming with me on this crazy (good-crazy) adventure. It has been fun, hasn’t it? : )And look, they let me post this…
It had to be said – When the world of veterinary medicine (eighty thousand+ veterinarians) intersects with the world of twitter (six million+ tweeters), it is such an amazing thing. It just is SO uncommon! (Four hundred sixty-two veterinarians/hospitals on twitter by my count) I wanted to make jumping into twitter easier for vets. So I hope it does. If you don’t see more veterinarians posting on twitter in the next month or so, assume they are, as always, busy preserving and saving lives, not that they are unable to figure out twitter, because now I hope they will be!