Just in case you were wondering:
How long have you been blogging? I started a blog when L was about a month old. B was out of town for a few weeks, and I wanted to share pictures with him, my family, etc. And then I just stuck with it. The blog was mainly about L and what he was up to, but sometimes I would post other non-L things on it. Then I started a second craft / decorating ideas blog and had some fun with that but realized I didn’t want to be stuck with a theme. That’s where this blog started. It’s my everything blog.
Why don’t you use real names? Pretty much because I am lazy and it’s easier to say B and L rather than their names. But also because I don’t want our names showing up in search engines and being linked back here. Why? Just because.
Do you use a tracking software on your blog? Yes. And I think everyone should. You can never be to careful. I want to make sure that no word combinations that I have posted attract, umm, the wrong crowd. Plus, I find the searches that land people on my blog to be hysterical. And I like to keep track of people who leave nasty comments with made up e-mail addresses from their places of employment. If you are going to leave nasty comments, do it from your iPhone. Just saying…..
Why does my comment have to be approved before it is published? I get a lot of spam comments (does anyone know how to stop this?) and it’s easier to go through them in the moderation area than it would be once they were published on my blog.
Why don’t you blog about XXX or YYY? How should I put this? If I wanted to share it or discuss it, I would. It really does blow my mind the things people share on the internet. You will never read about religion, political views, medical stuff, money, etc. It’s just not my style.
Will you add my blog link to your page? I doubt anyone would ever actually ask that, but if you want me too, let me know and I will. Because if you read my blog (and actually like it), chances are I like you too and would like your blog!
What kinds of dogs are Buddy and Baxter? Baxter, who turned 5 in June 2011 is a Shorkie (1/2 Yorkie, 1/2 Shih Tzu) and Buddy, who turned 4 in May 2011 is a pure bred Yorkie. I’m guessing he was inbred and that’s why he’s so nuts.
Where can I get a dog like Baxter? I only wish I knew the answer to this one. Everyone that meets Baxter falls in love. Maybe because he is so flippin cute. Maybe because he’s so nice and sweet and calm? Who knows. If I knew where to get another Baxter, I’d be first in line.