I’ve gone tribal: Meet the Geese

I just joined up with the SITS Girls about two weeks ago. It’s a group of 7,000 women bloggers dedicated to supporting one another’s blogs through comments. They’ve given us an opportunity to “find our tribe”. Since my blog is so new and I can use all of the help, support, (and readers!) that I can get…I decided to join in.
Here’s the comment I left on the “find your tribe” post
“I’m a little concerned about this “tribe” thing. Don’t most tribes usually involve some kind of partial nudity? I’d prefer to stay clothed, but if it’s an absolute must just give me enough notice to get my DeLorean and go back 13 years so that I can bring 18 year old me here and SHE can be the partially naked one. Of course she’ll have no idea what a blog is, or how to use the internet…but she sure did look great in pair of jeans!
I can’t wait to meet my tribe (I hope someone brings cheesecake!).

 I am now a proud member of the Goose Tribe: Homeschooling and Faith Mom Bloggers
(Not to be confused with Group 2)
Each day the SITS Girls are giving us little tasks to complete within our groups such as commenting and tweeting each other’s blogs. Today is my third day being a Goose!

I’m not sure exactly why I was put in this particular tribe since my little one is too young for school and I’ve never blogged about my faith (yet). Still, I’m already finding little things in common with these ladies and can’t wait to get to know them better. 

If you have a chance to do some browsing, please visit my tribe members and let them know that I sent you! You’ll find their links below.



Donna Perugini




(She is not messing around with this ginormous button!)

Go Geese! (honk, honk)


About Jenn Rian

Jenn Rian is a mom, blogger, actress, yoga instructor, and cosplayer. She blogs about as often as she showers, which isn't very often. Author of jennrian.com and funanddysfunction.com (coolestfamilyontheblock.com)

Posted on October 6, 2010, in SITS Girls and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Thanks, Jenn! I don’t homeschool either, but I do try to live out my faith as authentically as possible.


    • I think that’s important, Heidi. It really shows through in your blog. I love being with the homeschoolers…I find myself reading a lot of homeschooling blogs even though we’re years away from any kind of schooling. It seems like they have so much fun 🙂


  2. Oh my. Look at my button. LOL
    Uh, yeah, my blog button creator tweaked around with stuff, but my button is now back to normal if you want to fix it. =)


    • I kinda like it all large and in charge 😉
      We’ll see, maybe I’ll fix it. But I’ll definitely use the new one if I ever get around to adding the Geese to my sidebar!


  3. So awesome of you to do this. I think the Tribe has been fabulous so far. Had a few new people sign up for my newsletter just this week! I have also found you to be seriously fun (not an oxymoron!)


    • Anne, I know that my reply is way late (I’m so behind!), but I’m so glad that you are getting good results from the tribe.

      And I appreciate that you find me seriously fun (hee-hee), I often wonder if my sense of humor comes across on the internet or if it’s just kinda annoying 😉


  4. OK, seriously?! THANK YOU for this post! I’ve been seeing the SITS button all over the place lately, and have had no idea what it really is…thanks for the clarification and the laugh! Loved the post…I giggled most of the way through! 🙂


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