“You started a what?” He asked, looking confused, then turned his attention back to his cup of coffee.
“Another blog.” I said, wondering why it seemed like I was always repeating myself.
“Since when do you have a blog, and why do need another one, and what exactly is a blog anyway?”
“Well, a blog is kind of like a journal, except it’s on the internet, and usually anyone can read it. It comes from the words “web” and “log”, you know web, as in the world-wide web, and log… as in…”
“Captains log, Stardate 41855.2…” he interrupted in his best Captain Picard voice, “I know what a log is!”
But I didn’t remark on that. Instead I continued.
“Okay, so a blog is a log on the internet, and I’ve had one for a couple of years, where have you been? Anyway, I need another one because my first one is a personal blog, in it I tell about homeschooling, trying to lose weight, what I’m making for dinner, or where we went on a date. The new blog I started is an Art Blog.”
“Don’t you post your art on your personal blog?”
“Well yes, but this blog will just be for art, and art related stuff.”
“Oh, Okay. Why?”
At this point in the conversation, my husband and I looked a little like this:
So I decided it was best to continue the conversation another time.
*The preceding conversation is fictional, but is being used to convey true facts, I had to say that or my husband would object!
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