Do you discuss with your man if you put information about him on the blog

Hi ladies

I am just thinking, should you ask "permission" from your husband before you write it on the blog. Especially if it is a story that relates to him? Describes him? Or may be even embarasses him? Where do you draw a line?

What are your thoughts? What do you do?

To discuss or not to discuss?

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I don't blog about my husband very often, but when I do I definitely talk to him about it. Not necessarily to get permission but to run it by him to see if what I said is being share in the right way it happened etc. And if it's something iffy, of course I ask him if he's ok with me sharing it. If I am praising my husband for something I don't run it by him, but when he reads it he always gets this pleased little smile. ;)

Generally for the good of our 18 years of marriage, I avoid anything that would cast a negative light on my husband. My marriage is important to me and that's what I try to convey, if and when I talk about my husband or marriage.

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