speaking of picky blog readers...ahem. i have a friend, let's call her Audrey for anonymity's sake. she lives in my town, which will remain nameless as it always has. this friend is convinced that blogging is SO unsafe. she told me, just last night that "if someone really wanted to try to find you, heidi, they could." she believes that lurkers pore over the blogs of innocent housewives, gleaning any small detail that may lead them to discover the whereabouts of these women. i'm not sure what she thinks they'll do to these bloggers, but knowing Audrey it's probably something horrendous straight from the latest episode of CSI. Audrey is the type of girl who keeps pepper spray in her shower. no joke. its there just in case someone enters her tightly locked house while she is in the middle of shampooing. she has said that once they offer the technology to put tracking chips into children, she will be the first in line to snap them up so that no predator can take her children away without being found.
oddly enough, she is a self admitted blog fan. mind you, the list of blogs that she visits daily is short, but she never hesitates to let me know when it's been too long since i've last blogged. she told me that last night, right after talking our friend dena out of starting a blog herself. she warned dena of the dangers she would be putting her family under if she decided to begin publicly chronicling her daily adventures, and then told me that it's been too long since my last post. huh.
anyhow, i'm pleased to annouce that i managed to talk dena back into starting a blog of her own (and now that its public, dena, there's no turning back!) soon i will introduce you to the adventures of a homeschooling renee zellweger lookalike who's californian accent has been replaced by the southern twang of her new state. hysterical giggles will be included.
(now please, dear dena, won't you delurk and comment already??!)