What does my Family think of my Blogging Habit?




I was curious to know what my family thought of my blog. So I asked them while we were snowed in last weekend. Β Or was it the weekend before?


Anyway. . . without further ado, here are their responses:

Darling Daughter: It depends on the topic. If it’s about bands, it’s awesome.

Little Sister #1: I haven’t seen it. ( Basically, if it’s not video games or cartoons, she doesn’t notice it. As long as I’m not standing in front of the television, she is fine with whatever I do.)

Little Sister #2: It’s good. (I think she wanted me to move from it front of the television so she just said something nice.)

My Mom: The topics are fairly interesting. I haven’t seen all of them. I can’t seem to get to them as easily. ( I think she wanted to me to move from in front of the television too.)

Lucas: Your blogging is interesting and enjoyable. ( He might have been watching television or playing video games too.)

It’s amazing the response you can get from blocking the television during a snow storm. Thanks family for your kind of truthful answers.


β€œJust a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.


  1. For what it’s worth, I like your blog. Also, I never read anything my family writes. Ever. Why? Family (and friends too) tend to take criticism from friends and family harder than criticism from strangers, “You’re just saying that because of [some incident that happened 13 years ago]”. They also tend not to believe praise, “You’re just saying that because you’re my sister, tell me what you really think.” I remember reading a poem my sister wrote — the last thing I’ve ever read of hers — and I told her that it was good, but that it could “use some work.” She didn’t speak to me for two weeks. Honestly, it’s better not to ask their opinion unless they offer it. My hubs reads my blog, but I don’t ask him to, he just does.

  2. Hah! Gotta love family and their honesty, especially in their desire to remove you from their line of vision. My husband doesn’t read my blog, even when I write amazing things about how awesome he can be.

  3. Haha! I’ve never asked quite directly, but occasionally I’ll share something I’ve drafted, something I’ve already published, or an idea I have with Hun and usually his answer is “interesting”. This response typically elicits more questioning from me for a (hopefully) more direct answer or response.

    Funny today I did ask Hun why he’s always saying interesting. He said, it’s good. Lol πŸ™‚

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