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

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

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Really cool.
mine too. but my kids love it even more. but my husband reads my blog (sporadically) and is always very encouraging
Dumb, unless I get paid for it.
Ditto.
LOL
My husband also think the same
"Dump, unless I get paid for it."
Fine for me to do, but not for him.
same here!  He thinks of it as an online journal.  He can't understand why it public.  lol
confusing!! Not very computer literate would rather watch movies!!
same here!!
WEll, I'm not even sure he knows what it is ... SAD I know!
My hubby is the same way Alyssa! My hubby has no idea, doesn't understand, and doesn't care. However he's a very private person, and may end up upset if she sees what's on my site even though I'm doing nothing wrong. Thankfully he leaves me alone and lets me do my thing, and I give him the same respect with things he enjoys.

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