Do you speak of it? Disclose? Open that can of worms?
Magnum and I were talking about "icebreaker" situations - like the opening of a workshop or a class - where everyone is prompted to "tell us one/ some of your hobbies". Or maybe it's just while sitting in the chair at the salon, meeting new coworkers, etc.
I always feel kind of "uh boy" in those situations. Around here, there's a lot of outdoorsy stuff: hiking, skiing, biking, etc. and that's fine, but what about the non-physical-exertion stuff?
Do you tell people that you have a blog? That you like to blog and read other blogs?
For me, oh heck no.
Thinking of what I've heard from others, aside from the outdoorsy stuff, there's gardening (yes, I know that's typically outdoors), maybe scrapbooking, knitting, reading (vague), gaming (not big with the crowd I'm usually asked to share with, other than maybe Candy Crush, whatever the hell that is...)
I don't recall anyone ever mentioning blogging or even journaling. Yet here we are.
Fact is, I feel kind of strange about mentioning that I have a blog to a real-life person. Maybe it's because I don't want to deal with the potential follow-up questions. Or I just don't want real-life acquaintances coming to visit!
Anyhoo, last week, Linda Sue asked, "From where do you blog?", so here goes.