As most of you might know, Betsy from Heavens to Betsy and Laura from According to Laura Jean hosted a series on their blogs called The Guys Behind the Blog. I used to link up as often as possible ever since I found out about the series - I think I only missed one month in the past year and a half since I found out about it. I recently went back to Betsy and Laura's blogs to find out what the questions were for August only to find out that they weren't hosting anymore - July was their last month. I was SO bummed! I truly loved interviewing Seth each month and seeing what questions they came up with. So, I decided to email Betsy and Laura and see if they would mind if I continued on their series. Thankfully they said they wouldn't mind and would be happy to see the series continue on. Crystal from Hall Around Texas, Evelina from Fortunate House, Jamie from Cocktails and Carseats, Jessica from Secrets of a Stay at Home Mom, and I are excited to continue the series on!
For February, we decided to focus our questions on the theme of "love/Valentine's Day". Here are this month's questions and answers:
March's link up will be on the last Thursday of the month, March 30th, and the questions will be:
3 // Would you rather always have to say everything on your mind or never be able to speak again?
4 // Would you rather go back in time and meet your ancestors or go into the future to meet your great grandchildren?
5 // Would you rather swim in the Arctic Ocean with nothing but a swim suit (no wet suit) or walk through the desert in the middle of the summer having to wear sweat pants and a sweat shirt?
6 // Would you rather live like a king but have no friends and family or be homeless with your friends and family?
We hope to see you back here on March 30th to link up with us and share what your significant others have to say! (Also, feel free to grab that first graphic to add to your posts if you'd like!)
A HUGE thank you to Betsy and Laura for letting Crystal, Evelina, Jamie, Jessica, and I continue on their series. It's an honor to be able to continue on what they created.
Thanks for playing along again, Seth!