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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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a way to catch up on family news when he has a busy week!
Pretty awesome. He sends all our friends and family to the sight and checks it every morning to see if I've added new content!

April
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Kind of crazy! He'll ask "Now why are you doing this?" again and again!
He don't care if I do it but won't do it himself.
Cool when we get free stuff he can enjoy, otherwise a waste of time. We are going to the ToyFair next week so he's in cool mode for at least a couple days. LOL!

Lois
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a silly hobby, but he supports my doing it anyway.
...suspicious, intimidating, and impossible to generate much money with. We'll see, I have high hopes!
Great! He blogs/podcasts, too. We're a family of geeks :-)
the funniest thing. He feels like I've pulled one over on the whole world, to make money doing something I'd do for free.
my creative outlet. He loves that I do it for me, but doesn't understand it too much.
..something he also wants to do but don't have the time. He's been asking me to set-up one for him so he can write and post when he gets the chance.

I told him he'll be better off tweetering for now since he just want to write a few quick post.
a method for me to be creative and express my thoughts and ideas .
I wouldn't blog if he was deadset against it.

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