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Just like Rachel L, I try hard to keep things balanced. It is hard though, I feel like the computer is calling to me. Before I started blogging I didn't feel like I had anything for myself but now, although I blog about mom type stuff, I feel like I am taking time to do something for me. For the first time I missed a day recently and it bothered me all day...it still kinda bothers me ;)
Just like MyBrownBaby, my Hubby gives me the side eye if I even start to move towards the part of the house where the computer is...that probably means at the very least he thinks I am addicted.
I am pretty sure I am addicted to blogging. My kids think so.
The first clue is the fact I have more than 2, no 3 ok 4, lol. I am not only addicted to posting and starting blogs. There are quite a few blogs I have to check a few times every day to see if there are any updates. Another clue is everything I see and do I think is a good idea for a post. And yet another clue is my 6 year old's favorite saying is "don't put that on your blog"
Oh there's no doubt, I'm addicted. And the scary part is it seems an addiction where the craving is never truly satisfied....I mean, the surfing through eternal blogland is never-ending....I'm currently addicted to trying to find as many blogs that speak my language and the wading through them all is mind-numbing but of course, thrilling when you find one you like. Hope to bump into some of you out there in some blogging support group...:-)