First let me start with this, two years ago on October 18, 2011 I started a facebook page called I Tried the Recipe and I Liked It. Catchy title huh? Yeah not so much but really I just wanted an easier way to get a recipe that I may have raved about or something I made and friends asked for the recipe because they too liked it. This made it easier to share so I didn’t have to worry about digging it out again after someone asks for it just. one. more. time. The text ” I hate to bother you but can you get me that recipe for your crab dip again? Sorry I promise I’ll write it down this time!”. I honestly didn’t mind texting, emailing or reading a recipe over the phone truly I love to share. But sometimes you just aren’t where your recipes are. So, I decided to start the page and I have almost 100 likes to date. I also have two twitter accounts with over 100 twitter followers . I know that doesn’t sound like a lot but to me it is! Now a lot of these people are my personal friends but some I don’t know from Adam. So really this girl thinks it’s pretty cool.
Fast forward November 2013. I am blog obsessed, I love the site bloglovin. I follow blogs on beauty, home, scrapping, crafting, photography, organizing and my most favorite cooking. I admire these bloggers on so many levels. Their gift for words, their style, their creativity, their photos everything. Those are all things I am certainly lacking BUT what I don’t lack is my desire to try (that was my word for 2013 by the way) new things and to share. So last night when I said to my daughter ” I know this is crazy but I think I may start a blog” She said “Why not? If it doesn’t work out then it doesn’t work out. No biggie mom!”
So Andrea’s answer to “Why in the world would you start a blog?” is “Why in the world not? If it doesn’t work out no biggie. Right?”
Side note I change the FB page and twitter also to Andrea’s answer to