Pinterest: An Interview Where I Least Expect It!
I found my book on someone else's Pinterest page. Pretty Cool!I found my book on someone else’s Pinterest page. Pretty cool!


Pinterest, or as I called it for years amid my kids’ laughter, PinInterest, is like a free magazine. I’m all about the free stuff. Plus, tons of pictures.

People keep telling me I should leverage it to reach more people, but social media baffles me. Crazy I know, but social media is so confusing. And like our kids’ ages, it changes all the time. Honestly, who can remember how old your kids are?

Of course, you can find my Pinterest boards full of terrific stuff I snagged from creative people. I try to put original posts on there, too. But for some reason Pinterest does not give me credit for many of them. Hmm. Beyond my pay grade. Oh well.

Forgetful Me

Anyway, it turns out that A Baker’s Perspective is on the virtual tour Celebrate Lit hosted for Marriage Conversations: from co-existing to cherished. Jessica interviewed me more than a month ago. Then, I totally forgot to post it.

Besides, I really like catapulting other people’s messages out there with our blog. I get self-conscience when our blog gets me-focused. However, I loved Jessica’s questions so much. And you know how I collect great questions.

So, here is the interview. Thanks for being my friend and reading through it. I hope you find out something about me you didn’t know (and I bet you will.) And I really hope you will visit Jessica’s site and see all the other great stuff she has there. Or FIND THE INTERVIEW and a few more of my thoughts on my website.

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