Every once in awhile my real life friends ask me about blogging.
They ask me questions like, “are you like, a professional blogger?”
I answer something like,
“Why yes. Yes I am.” Even if I don’t know what a professional blogger is. But I figure, if I’m not sure, then they surely must not be either and I’m safe.”
“Do you have to blog every day?”
“Why no. No I don’t. And if you read my blog then you’d know that“. But don’t worry. I don’t keep track of all the people that are near and dear to me that don’t give a lick about what I write.
“Are you worried about weirdos tracking your amazingly beautiful children down?”
“It’s interesting that you only worry about my children. Does this omission of ME mean you don’t think weirdos would be interested in stalking me? Because, someone MIGHT be interested in stalking me. Maybe. But, to answer your question about my children: Sometimes. Sometimes I worry. I mean, my children are certainly the most gifted and special children on the planet, however, I think that people are scared by their level of perfection which makes them less desirable. So, I don’t worry the way I’m sure most people worry. :)”
Now, I’m sure that at this point in my narrative you are wondering WHAT this has to do with the Taylor Swift concert.
Let me tell you.
Even though I broadcast my life and children on my blog, I don’t generally post about my real life extended family or friends.
I’m territorial that way. I like to keep them all to myself.
With that being said, I should tell you that I have some incredible real life friends (no, I don’t live my life behind my computer) and we do real life fun things. Like take our daughters to Taylor Swift Concerts because we know that it’ll be a highlight of their year. And, although I’d love to show you pictures of my real life friends and their offspring, I can’t. Because it’s against my rules.
What I can tell you though is that Taylor Swift puts on a great show. And, she’s cute as a button.
That watching a concert from one’s private suite is the WAY to go.
That I have some really good and generous friends and they have nice children that are a pleasure to be around.
And that taking a gaggle of tweens to their first concert is amazingly enjoyable.
And I leave you with this:
Miss. Cute-as-a-button herself…..