I have read other bloggers post about how they hate their hubby and their marriage and their lives with them. Made me wonder if the husbands ever read their blogs. Mine does. Not that I have anything to hide but since he's reading it, I'm a little uhm you know cautious especially when I'm talking about him! Unless of course I want to start WW IV :)
My husband doesn't read my blog, but I wouldn't care if he did. If there was actually something I didn't want him to read, I wouldn't post it on my blog for the world to read. He doesn't read it because he has no interest in it.
Yes, my husband reads mine during his lunch break -- and, after his coworkers saw it, they all have become daily readers. I like that he reads it -- I don't put ANYTHING in my blog that is intimate or tooooooo personal, so I don't mind that he reads. Besides, anything is usually something he already knows.
Yep, mine reads it. Except on poetry Fridays. I don't think he's into to poetry! But he is into his children and loves reading posts about the funny things they say and do. He thinks it's great that I'm putting down these memories on "paper" so we'll always remember them.
This is so silly, but I sort of haven't told him yet. He's deployed at the moment, so I don't have to tell him if I don't want to. It's not a big secret, my family knows about it. I guess I was thinking I'd like to make sure I stick with it before telling him. I tend to get started on projects and then they fall to the wayside. But I was just thinking this morning that I"m going to tell him about it. I'm really digging this blogging thing!
I just asked my hubby, and his reply was, "Occasionally, but not often." I don't think I write anything that would totally interest him, except for the random geeky posts. Plus, I've been writing a lot about stuff he already knows, like all of us being sick here at home and our experiences at a convention last week. Really, there's no need for him to read it because he knows what's going on in our lives. I wouldn't mind if he read it, though.
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