Posting a disclosure policy on my blog.
When I began blogging, I was hoping to become a product reviewer for the Old Schoolhouse Magazine review crew. After my first few posts, I realized how much I love putting my thoughts down on a blog. I had found my new 'hobby'. Nothing was safe anymore. If it happened at home, it could appear on my blog.
Random was pretty nervous the other day. I shot some pictures of him playing a superhero, that I am still giggling thinking about. A few minutes later, he was frantically searching for my camera so he could delete the pictures. He didn't realize, I would never post something that would harm or hurt his feelings, well, not intentionally. I explained to him that the purpose of my blog was to be a blessing. I hoped to glorify God, encourage home schooling parents, keep my family posted on my life, and start an online scrapbook.
Now that I am going to be reviewing products more frequently, my blog is going in different directions. I feel like I need to let you know where I am coming from.
I blog mainly for the love of words. I love to say what is on my mind. I need to chronicle some of our family events. My memory isn't the sharpest, I already mix up some baby pictures and it's not pretty. Perhaps writing will solidify these memories. You know, like when I write out my grocery list or directions, leave it on the table at home, but because I wrote them once, I remembered them.
I won't deny that I would love it if my blog became popular. If I became the next home school mom turned into Pioneer Woman, I would insist the Gman retire early. But for now, he still has to work everyday. I get a free book here or there while getting the opportunity to blog about it. No cars, trips or washer machines for this girl. However, I am having fun and am enjoying the ride.
I put a new page up on my blog. It is my disclosure policy. You can find it here.
I welcome reader comments with open arms. I also understand if you aren't the commenting or hugging type of person, you can drop me an email at email@example.com.