Dear Mum’s Lounge,
The fact that you are having me as a visitor every week this month is just a little bit special and lovely.
It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy that you let me word vomit about my relationship all over your lovely website.
You even let me start the 30 Day Sex Challenge off the back of it. This is awesome, because now even more people think I’m crazy than before.
And frankly, I kind of like it when people are convinced I’m left of centre, for two reasons:
1. They don’t think I’m boring.
2. They expect weird.
And when people expect weird, any kind of normalcy is pleasantly surprising.
You seem to love letting me overshare as much as I love to overshare, so obviously it’s working for both of us.
Never leave me,
P.S. I’m over at Mum’s Lounge Billboard today, with another update on the 30 Day Sex Challenge. Just a reminder to those that have expressed concern – Pal reads everything I write. Especially posts about our relationship, past and present. And he is happy for them to be rocketed into the blogosphere as long as I am happy to be the rocket. In fact, he’s even mentioned how proud he is of me for doing “the bloggy thing”. So don’t you worry about Pal – he’s not being laid bare for the vultures to pick at. And if he is, he laid down willingly.
If you are a blogger, how does your family feel about your hobby? If you aren’t a blogger, how would you feel if someone in your family started blogging?