(Unfortunately, this is oh, so typical of my day)
So that brings me to this whole thought process of asking questions and answers. I drive some of my people crazy simply because I like to ask questions. I like to know answers, but the question has to be written out there to know what people are interested in. I'm a bit backwards sometimes. I also like to ask you all questions, to see where you are at as well. Call it research. Call it being annoying. Call it what you will, but I have no idea how to make this work some days. Sometimes it flows from the land of milk and honey and seems too good to be true.
(I live by this motto with my poor, sweet man too)
So I ask you folks questions and many bloggers are excellent to respond with their thoughts, encouragement, etc. But it's the silent readers, and I know there to be you aplenty, who remain there, almost in the shadows. I wonder how to call you out of those quiet places to be apart of the conversation. When I read my first TTWD/DD blog I was fearful to comment, but I did email the author of the blog rather quickly. Besides I'm fairly computer illiterate at times and need extra instructions to make sure I do not delete my entire post because I'm too busy trying to figure out a link! Blogger is also a bit of an annoyance in the fact that it regularly eats my comments.
(I like to think I am, every once and awhile)
Where does this lead this rambling post? Well, to ask all of my readers, not just other bloggers, to step out of their comfort zone. If you are not into commenting, but would like to send me an email, I'm good with that. I also think if you want to comment ask a question and let's see where this takes us. Ask me those hard questions.
Like how in the world did we end up here?
Or why do I call myself Baker?
Oh, or the one I wonder about the most, what do I look like when I'm blogging?
Not really, I already know the answer to that one. I look so silly making faces. I know because when I read or write I tend to make facial expressions that go with what I'm reading or writing. Trust me, my kids know when I'm texting friends I do the face thing. I'm pretty much an open book like that, which is not to my advantage.
I doubt I have anything close to all the answers (there are days I'm lucky to remember why I came into a room), but I know l'd love to create a dialogue, I'd love to hear what you are thinking about, and how you do your version of DD or TTWD or d/s. I enjoy learning about people.
(This is me....anticipating your questions)
So ask away....I may even be able to get my sweet man to chime in on some of his thoughts on this as well. So let's all spill our guts a little and share... Let's get those questions rolling out and I will happily do my best to answer them.
Much love to you all!