Typical conversation in our home:
Me: “You really need a new blog post, it’s been nearly two weeks.”
Todd: “I know, but I don’t have time, or anything to write about.”
Me: “Well, you need to do something because you’re going to lose readers.”
Todd: “Why don’t you write a post for me?”
In the past I have turned down Todd’s offers of writing blog posts because I never feel I have anything to write about that anyone else would want to read. Todd tells me I need to get over that, because if everyone else felt that way we would have no blogs, and then what would America do during the day to avoid actual work? I have relented in this case, though, because three* bloggers are trying to raise money for adoption:
Brian Seay’s Un-Raffle – You can win a trip (but this is not gambling)!
Steven Bush – You can buy a pretty picture!
The Neills – You can buy a pretty hair bow!
If you’re able, please give what you can to these three families! And please stop back by Todd’s blog in about 5-7 years (timeline still under negotiation) and donate to our own adoption!
Thank you, Internet, for reading my blog post.
*I understand that there could be many more than 3 bloggers currently raising money for adoptions but these are the ones I am currently aware of.**
**Yes, I totally ended my sentence with a preposition. Todd knows how to push my buttons, and I know how to push his.