Indy Blogger Spotlight – Casey at Moosh In Indy


If you weren’t aware of it yet, Indianapolis has quite an active blogging and social media community. As I was reading through some posts in my RSS reader (I prefer Bloglines) at lunch, I decided I should really try and feature some of these great writers on this site.

I first met Casey and found out about her site at blogINDIANA conference last year. There was a comment about her male candor and female wit that was mentioned and her blog has immediately become one of my favorites to read. It seems she always has a knack for bringing a smile to my face, with comments like the following where she’s venting about the mainstream media pressure on the ease of getting pregnant:

But why my cousin can get his girlfriend pregnant, dump the kid on his handicapped parents,forcing them to adopt the baby, AND THEN GET THE SAME GIRLFRIEND pregnant again, even though they’ve had restraining orders on each other, twice, IS BEYOND ME.

You’ve got to read the entire post to catch the amazing humor in her writing style, but that was the segment that just about made me spit out my General Tso’s chicken today at lunch.

Due to her writing, Casey has also been chosen to be one of the speakers at the Blissdom Conference taking place later this year in Nashville, TN.


  1. What are Moosh in Indy followers called?
    Mooshites? Mooshatics? No matter–I'm in!
    I especially love Casey's photography. It always inspires me to make my Day Nursery blog better.

    • I'll let you make up your own name, but you're right Casey's photography is great. I failed to even mention that, so thanks for giving her credit where credit is absolutely due.

  2. Hmmm, can you unsubscribe and try again?

  3. @Jason I should have clarified. I actually get blog content from this site delivered via email. I'm guessing a while back I signed up using Feedburner.

  4. Patric, I just resubscribed to the RSS feed and it's showing me the author information in the feed in Bloglines. What reader do you use?

  5. I couldn't agree more. Casey's writing style can bring a smile to anyone's face. Especially when you're having a bad day. And if that doesn't work, there's always the treadmill story!

    By the way, I wish the RSS feed for this site would include the author of each post. I read via RSS and I can never tell who wrote what I'm reading (unless of course I click through to the site).

  6. No need to blush, giving credit where credit is due.

  7. Dude, I'm blushing.

  8. Casey's stuff is some of the sharpest, funniest prose in Indy. Hats off.