Hi Mom

December 11, 2005 at 1:19 pm 3 comments


My mother finally figured out how to use google and was impressed at my amount of search results. There’s really nothing on here that she probably doesn’t know about me already, besides how damn goofy this blog is. My father who is way more tech savvy, has not found the blog yet, or at least hasn’t told me, and he would.

My Mom also told me that my nephews really liked their presents. I wanted to get them some Tonka trucks, but none of Target’s selection were age appropriate and besides, I’m not buying them humvees. So I got them a dumptruck that picks up blocks and makes “honk honk vroom vroom” noises and a school bus that sings “the wheels on the bus go round and round.” I was worried that the people in the bus would be too small for them, but according to my Mom, one of my nephews takes the peole out of the bus and holds them. For Hanukkah, I want to buy them some shakers that they played with at their party since they cried when Elmo and the clown lady took them away.

To the Bees reading audience: Do your parents read your blog or even know about it? What do they think?

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  • 1. clr  |  December 11, 2005 at 10:45 pm

    My father claims that “people” tell him what I am up to via my blog, I do not think they are that interested any more, but would read it if I told them to — when I went to Thailand and Cambodia a few years back, I blogged instead of sending postcards or email, and they both did read it religiously. My father did know about some of my web site projects and bragged about them to anyone who would listen. They are, I think, kind of over being nosy.

  • 2. Mike P  |  December 13, 2005 at 1:45 pm

    My parents know about the blog, but I don’t think they read it much. Not that I blame them. Pulp b-sides are a little out of their frame of reference.

  • 3. waffle  |  December 14, 2005 at 2:24 pm

    My brothers know about (and possibly read) my blog, but the parents do not. It’s not so much that there’s content they would have issues with, but it would probably affirm existing concerns about my general lack of direction and focus.


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