Boys Behind the Blog–Questions, Questions

So, today is an important day: it is Justin’s youngest sister’s wedding. Thus, due to my lack of planning and the lack of adequate wi-fi at our hotel, you will be getting a post without a picture of Justin. I know, I’m just as disappointed as you.

1) Your significant other’s blog: a blessing or a curse?
I’m obligated to say its a blessing,obviously.  But in all reality it is a great thing for my wife and I love doing these BBTB entries.  HOWEVER, its is indeed a curse for one scenario:

T: Look at this delicious meal I’ve made for us.
J: Great! Let’s eat it.
T: Wait! You can’t eat it yet! I have to take a bajillion pictures of it and post them to instagram FOR THE BLOG…
J: *impatiently waits to eat food*
In this regard, it is a curse.  Note: Exact conversation may have been slightly exaggerated.

2) Do you read your wife’s blog?
Yes, most days I read the new posts and check out her viewership stats and whatnot.

3) What is one thing you can do better than anyone else?
Hey! My question made it!
Well.  I am better than anyone else I know at eating ice cream.  Both in quantity and in speed.  I am immune to brain freezes, and so I can eat ice cream as fast and as much as I want.

4) What is your favorite TV sitcom from the 90s?
Its hard to remember which shows were 90s and which weren’t, but I did watch a lot of FRIENDS.  Chandler was my favorite.

5) If you were opening a small business or shop, what would it be? What goods or services would you sell?
Well, usually when I tell people my genius ideas, within the next week it ends up somewhere on the internet.
So, I will not be disclosing my amazing ideas.  But I will say I have 3 different restaurants in the works and 1 search engine that will blow peoples minds.

Never The Same Spice Twice

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.