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My Husband or Significant Other Thinks Blogging Is.....

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My husband or significant other thinks blogging is....

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"Something that takes up way too much of my wife's time and with this question is now encroaching on my own personal time."
cool and he wishes he had more time to blog himself.
Totally HOT! He's an avid blogger and encourages my blogging.
awesome. He loves my blogging and reads my blog every day...

Steph
My hubby loves what I write, and has even contributed (once by force)! LOL.

It's like virtual scrapbooking, he's all for it.
Like others he ask when do you make money- but not much. He will soon though when he discovered I started "E-isms Stupid things my Husband said" and it will be a running post..
LOL I've been thinking of starting this on my blog.
really not his thing.
My hb is surprise that I'm able to blog in English, able to insert pics and videos in my blogs as i started off knowing nuts.
My kids realise that they are having a COOL COOL + IN IN mum :) yeaaah....
I don't really know what he thinks about blogging. I just found out last week that he reads mine because one of my readers posed the question as to whether he read my blog or not. He's deployed in Iraq right now so I guess it makes sense that he reads it. It probably helps him feel connected and a part of my life so I'm sure that's why he reads it.
...my therapy!
totally me! He gets it, supports it and even suggested I start it - but would love if I could monetize my blog and site!!

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