Since its inception, Maple Grove has been a semi-anonymous blog. I've never used my real name or disclosed our town name. Some of my faithful readers know my full name and have my mailing address, but I have felt fairly secure in my anonymity. It's not that I write stuff I would be ashamed to claim, but I felt more freedom to write honestly about things in my life thinking those who know me in real life would not read them. Jen at Conversion Diary posted yesterday about one of the pitfalls of being known as a blogger.
Carol recently asked if I would start linking my posts to Facebook, so she could follow the updates there. I've been contemplating doing that even before Carol asked, as I've thought about the future of this blog.
I certainly don't expect any of you to wade through the archives but I wondered if you would tell me if you recall anything I've written that might embarass my family or friends if the post were public? I don't want to hurt anyone. I doubt any of my friends or family on Facebook will take the time to read the archives, but I just wondered what you would do?
Should I remove the archives to a different blog? One only known to me? Should I start a new public blog? I know, too much to contemplate when it's so hot outside?