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Interview with the wife of a blogger.

Dec18

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2009/12/18 09:17 AM RssIcon

Every one does interviews with famous bloggers, celebrities etc. So I decided to interview my wife to see how she copes with having a husband as a blogger. computer programmer and all time geek.

Her name is Beverley Bravery, a bit of a mouth full. She hails from England, grew up in Garswood near Liverpool. Garswood is a village within the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, in Merseyside, England. It lies between Ashton-in-Makerfield, St Helens and Wigan

She supports the correct English football team. Came to South Africa with her parents when she was 11 years old. Parents recently moved back to England to retire. She is stuck with a “Boer”, well not quite.

She is married, to me. We have two children, Daniel 12 years old, Dana-May 3 years old and wishes she could go back to England.

1. Do you love your husband?

Yes, very much.

 

2. What do you think of computers?

They are necessary for paying bills, email and Facebook.

 

3. Do you think blogging is a legitimate job?

NO

 

4. Do you use the computer at all, if so for what?

Paying bills, email and Facebook or “FaceWork” as Dana-May calls it.

 

5. Do you Blog, if not would you ever consider doing so?

NO, never.

 

6. How often does your husband work on his computer / blog?

23 hours per day.

 

7. If he spends a large amount of time on the computer, how does this affect you and the family?

We forget what he looks like and sometimes forget he lives here.

 

8. Would you ever get rid of the computers in you house?

NO, they are necessary for some things.

 

9. Are your kids influenced by computers, if so in what way?

Yes, our 12 year old son does a computer based home school curriculum and our 3 year old demanded a pink “puter” when we were overseas.

 

10. If you had to have an ideal job for your husband, what would it be?

A job that involved him going outside sometimes to breathe fresh air and smell the roses or even mow the lawn….!

 

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