Yeah! Pantyless. Preacher’s. Wife. wrote a password protected post. Woo hoo! The things you find when you subscribe to the WordPress.com random RSS feed.
I can understand a pantyless preacher’s wife wanting to go private – probably some lewd account of bumping uglies with The Studman.
I like challenges, so I tried to guess her password.
None of those worked. So I moved on.
I had commented on another of her posts and so had someone else, so I clicked on Jammie J’s link. Boing! The whole blog is password protected!
Had I fallen into the black
hole area of blogging? How do I explain this to my best half? I have been interneting a long time, reading blogs long enough. But I had never run into a password protected post – let along a whole blog that was password protected.
That really piqued my curiosity so I emailed PPW and asked permission to enter. To set the proper tone, this is what I wrote:
>I certify I am old enough – but probably not mature enough to handle
> your password protected site.
> this is the first password protected post I have read on the innerwebs
> since I have been blogging.
> Wooo hooo!
This was her response:
>Oh how funny! I don’t think I’m mature enough either!
> (redacted) is the password, I protect it so anyone who knows me can’t read >the more personal things I write about. I know for a fact two of my kids read
> my blog! lol.
I read the post and it was personal, but as you probably figured out, she writes a G rated blog.
First let’s give the basics, I’m 37, married for almost 18 years, and have 5 children. That part was easy.
My adorable husband, who will be known from now on as The Studman, is the pastor of a small rural church here in the southeast.
The Pantyless part? She explains it in detail.
Jammie J. was equally as forthcoming and set me up with a user name and password so I could read about her “journey.” I haven’t read much, skimmed a few posts, and like what I read. I didn’t ask why she is totally private, and I won’t betray her confidence. If you want to read her site, all you have to do is ask. Tell her I sent you.
Disappointed? Not in the least. It’s refreshing to run across a preacher’s wife who has such a great sense of humor. Should be fun to follow and probably will end up in my blogroll. Jammie J leads such a different life than mine, I don’t know that we will have much in common.