Dec 01 2007

Today my husband discovered blogging

Published by at 10:15 PM under General

While I was rearranging furniture in the living room my husband was taking calls from clients in front of his computer, a typical Saturday in our house ~ okay, not the furniture aspect, but definitely the phone calls and the computer part. Only I was not aware that he had tapped into a new world where there were multiple interfaces to choose from. No, not just multiple, that hardly describes the pages I saw him scrolling through as I became dizzy from leaning over his shoulder waiting for the end of the page, which did not come before I finally gave up waiting ~ Ah, freeware, such a delicious concept, yet seldom do we have the time or patience to explore it, nor have I been so fortunate, before now, to have found something as fascinating as this that will allow us to create our own Blog, to share our lives, our stories, our pictures, with family, friends, and yes, complete strangers… And here is my husband, ecstatic and childlike in his discovery of this new software and all that it can do to open up the world of sharing with others his (truly amazing) photographs ~ This really is something to be excited about, and to interact with others and get their input and ideas, well that is just icing on the cake because, let’s face it, friends and family’s opinions don’t count no matter what we say…

He has been asking me if blogging is something that I would be interested in, to which I have emphatically said “NO”… and now, having read my first paragraph back to him, he is walking through the house chanting the equivalent of “nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, I told you so”. Smug so-and-so… It isn’t that I don’t want to get into blogging, believe me I could see myself blogging 24/7 ~ and there is the rub! With a four year old son, two full time jobs working from home, and sole house keeper, the attraction of such a creative outlet is a strong draw (example ~ the furniture still standing in the middle of our living room, paintings still un-hung, dinner uncooked, laundry unfolded, but who cares, I am writing, yahoo!). How many times have I had to work late because first I had to write responses to emails that either rubbed my belief systems the wrong way or were just so ridiculously stupid and insulting that I had to make some intelligent response in case any of my friends might have actually taken the bait? It is this that caused me to say “NO” when asked if I would like to Blog, because I know, like candy to a child, drugs to an addict, and alcohol to Lindsay Lohan, I just cannot stop once I start, and all else will go to hell. Not fair to our son, and our home projects are already getting ahead of me! So my dear husband, I will not be able to resist you ~ your blog, that is, and so, occasionally you will go without clean jeans, sorry… But you will have this delightfully witty reparté.

Rick, in his carefree, pre-blogging years

Rick

 

Cory, an example of Rick’s best work, both with a camera and genetically

 

Cory

 


4 responses so far

4 Responses to “Today my husband discovered blogging”

  1. Sonjaon 02 Dec 2007 at 12:14 AM

    Welocme to the wonderful world of blogging!!! I love your first posts!! I can personally vouch for the time involved with blogging, but it’s worth it. Cute photo of Rick and his masterpiece Cory!!

  2. Rick Gardneron 02 Dec 2007 at 9:20 AM

    Candace Claims I have just discovered blogging but, that is not exactly true. Being in the Internet Biz I’m well aware of it. Now that I have Candace on board and have a good reason to have one I am Jazzed.
    More to Come Stay Tuned!

  3. candaceon 02 Dec 2007 at 11:54 AM

    Okay, so he didn’t “discover” blogging, per se, he just got tangled up in it’s web. Am I the only person who has noticed that a minute in cyberspace is really 15 minutes? I’ll be there in a minute honey…

  4. Shirleyon 04 Dec 2007 at 6:50 PM

    Rick…grainy or not, your photography is awesome.
    Candace…I love your newsy comments.
    Keep it coming.

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