Oh heyyyy kids. How is everyone doing today? Let me tell you what, blogging when you don't have a job is a lot harder than I thought it would be. I was like oh, I will have all the time in the world to read and write and design cute little random graphics for cute little random posts...and then moving boxes came and tumbled down on top of me. And sleep. Sleep came and tumbled down on top of me. But I'm here. Here to stay. And I hope you'll stay right along with me =)
I've had a couple awkward "#bloggerproblemz" moments lately that I thought I'd share. I was shopping for a new phone (woot woot upgrade time) and the sales associate was like "well, what do you want from your phone? What are your hobbies?" And I kind of looked down and was like "I'm a blogger cough cough cough." Why is it so hard to admit that?!?! He gave me this weird look and goes "Are you going to blog about this?" Yep. Yep I am.
And then we have the "I can't friend certain people on social media because I don't want them to know about my blog" conundrum Because I, unlike many other smart people I know, did not create separate personal and blog social media accounts (and seriously...I can barely keep up with one, why would I get two?). But it is quite the #bloggerproblem. And why don't I want them to know about my blog? Mainly because I have an epic 12 year old girl crush and don't want to fess up to the fact that I moved. Yep. That's right. Said person thinks I'm on vacation in Michigan. And I don't want to tell them otherwise. Mostly because I want to have his lumberjack babies.
So, while I'm busy continuing my hot mess of an unreal life....I'm excited to introduce you today to Kelli from She Crab Soup. While the name of the blog may draw you there, the content will surely keep you there. I've really enjoyed getting to know Kelli through her posts, her excitement for life and adventure really shines through!
You're a big reader, what's your favorite book and why? This question is so hard, I love so many books. If I had to pick a favorite I would say the Harry Potter series (yes I realize this is 7 books but it's all one story right). I admire J.K. Rowling's creativity, building an entire magical world from thoughts inside your head is amazing and a talent I wish I had. I never got bored or thought the story need to hurry along, I was an engaged reader from the beginning to the end and I rarely find a book that can keep me engaged all the way through.
Anything else we should know about you? I keep my daughter's name and pictures off my blog, first I want her to decide for herself her how to handle her own public interwebz identity. Second could you imagine if your baby pictures and stories were all over the web for your future high school boyfriends, friends, enemies, and employers to find? UGH!!