Gosh this makes me feel like such a boring blogger! :)
99% of the time, I blog at home, secluded in my bdrm, usually IN bed with my laptop, early in the morning before everyone else is needing me.
But I guess there was this one time recently where I brought my laptop to a music rehearsal (I was a pianist in a musical production) where there was lots of downtime, and I worked on some blogging stuff while I was there on stage. Hurrah for wi-fi!
I've definitely blogged in the bathroom. Both while using the toilet and sitting on it while the kids took a bath. I don't generally take my laptop anywhere with me to have blogged odd places. But I do keep a notebook and pen in my purse and take notes for blog posts as they pop into my head. I've done that almost everywhere.
I've actually totally blogged on the toilet just like the picture! I wasn't even using the toilet, I just needed some me time and these days, I have to fake stomach pains and run to the bathroom just to get it!
Weirdest place was either a gas station with wireless while we were travelling or perhaps McDonald's. Our local McD's has wireless. I don't think I've ever blogged in the washroom, but i have chatted lol. Didn't want to miss anything but I HAD to pee!
I once blogged while out at the park for my son's baseball game. It wasn't so much that it was a weird place, but I had done the blog entry on my phone and had difficulty finding a signal that wouldn't time out before it all went. So I was walking around holding my phone up in the air. I got quite a few strange looks on that one!
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