Thursday, October 08, 2009

The Future of this Blog

I've been thinking a lot recently about what I should do with this blog when we move home. Should I keep it going and simply rename it? Would I have as much to write about? I think that without the lure of pictures from fun destinations, perhaps no one will want to read it. And since we'll be home, my mother won't need to get Carter updates as she will be able to get them in person.

Is anyone even interested in my craft projects (few and far between as the may be) or recipe sharing? So I'm looking to you, my readers (all 12 of you) to give me some feedback. What do you want to see in the new year? Yes, yes, I realize that's 3 months away but -- you know me -- I love to plan stuff. Besides, it will take me that long to come up with a new name. I mean, it will be so hard to top the creativity of "The Gale Family in Deutschland."

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Lara said...

I'll still read it because it shows up in my Google reader.:-) I'm sure that logistics of moving back and setting up home here again will provide much fodder for your blog. I'm also confident that Carter stories will be plenty as he prepares for kindergarten when he returns (yes, they are getting that old).

Kev said...

I know it's one I read on a regular basis. It's been fun keeping up with you guys while you were away...and even though you'll be 'home,' I'm sure you will still have wonderful things to say...and when you complain about the weather, I will be able to agree with you.

Michele said...

If, for nothing/no one else, you can still post for the Kotrba's. :) I like Carter updates, your craft ideas and recipes!!! And, I'm not sure about you, but I like blogging as a way to documment Avery and Drew as they grow older just for ourselves. I do plan on making a book...someday!! And as much as I think I'll remember everything, I won't. Already haven't.

But no pressure. :)

Anonymous said...

Yes, please keep the blog all the recipes and crafts and see Carter growing...

We miss you,

Amy Pitman