I've only been working on my blog for a month or so... I've had it in notes since the holidays...
My husband - he always thinks I've gone off the deep end....but that's not news.
I only shared it with friends this week - and the ones that have replied have been very supportive.
My neighbor the blog has tremendous potential. She's the best!
Most of my family thinks its a waste of time and that I shouldn't be sharing my life on the internet. However, friends have been very supportive and have even said my blog was inspiring to them..which is great, since that is exactly what I am trying to accomplish!
No one in my family is very interested in my blog...which is good, as I have more freedom to vent! Sort of kidding...
they on't really know what a blog is, and even when I explain, they still don't visit. Oh well...Facebook friends check it out a lot though...
They are really annoyed by blogging -- even more so that I have a blog. They read it... and they like it, but still feel annoyed... I think because I'm sharing my observations with the entire world rather than just them. Jealous, perhaps?!?! http://designsigh.typepad.com/forthebirds/
My sister thinks it's great. My mother doesn't know what it is. My grandmother is kinda clueless. My father thinks the internet is the "DEVIL". My husband thinks it's ok but I spend to much time doing it.
Overall it all depends on what I think and I think it's AWESOME!
Other than my daughters and my mom, the rest of my friends and family think it is silly. Ohhhh...but spending hours on facebook playing with a farm and leaving brief impersonal comments on everyone's page is not? (Sorry...but if they make me fight about it:-) I love blogging and go in phases. Sometimes I get really personal and lately I'm in a decorating mood. But either way, when you go to my page you meet "me" and the people and things that I love. I'm okay with what others think and I absolutely LOVE some of the people I have met through my blog so I guess I'll keep on merrily blogging. Great question, by the way!
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