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

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

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LMBO!
cool! He has one of his own and sometimes contributes to our family blog.
a great way to make friends, gain business, and communicate.
important to me, but hard to understand.
Wow, it's disappointing to see how many significant others don't share a love of blogs or blogging. But, then again, maybe it's a nice private time for women to relax.

Is that how you feel about blogging?
A waste to time (unless I could get paid to do it).
a time-sucker
He's fine with it. But I havent't blogged about him yet. :) Stay tuned.
He reads it. Very interested especially in my stats.
hee hee hee i don't have one so I don't have to worry!
causing me to not get enough sleep. At least that's what he's constantly saying when I complain that I'm tired. :)
And I quote "like living in a reality show"...he is growing increasingly paranoid that everytime I laugh it gonna be in the blog. He will say 'are you gonna blog this?"...or my favorite is when I get on my soap box about an issue- he looks blankly at me and says 'save it for the blog'......so I think he thinks Blogging is just another silly creative outlet I have. He really only gives any credibility if my 'outlets' make money. And well, so far the blogging does not make money!........but give it time. I see regular columns, book deals and all the rest soon. I am gonna blog my way to the top!!!!!!!!!!

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