Pantyless Preacher’s Wife Post is Password Protected
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.
Ha! Using the word Pantyless in your blog will get you a zillion web hits! You can’t imagine (or probably you can) how many hits I get from search terms like pee, poop, and butt.
I once posted a password protected entry which contained a photo of my three little kids with naked booties, taking a bath. I only gave the password to my little private mommy group, the Smartass Intellectual Sisterhood. I mean, why invite pedophiles to look at your kids?
Come to think of it, I ought to delete that post altogether. I am dreadfully devoid of computer knowledge, but there’s probably some way to hack into it.
Boy when I think of the pictures we had developed of our nekkid kids – if it was today, we would be busted for sure. What parent wouldn’t???
Who made the local Walgreen’s clerk the morality police?
Thanks for the kind words. I actually had someone stop reading my blog once because I talked about my sex life…. go figure. lol.
I have a friend now who can password protect part of a post. You’ll be reading along, then all of the sudden, if you aren’t logged in, half the post will disappear, leaving you hanging, until you get past the protected part. Kind of cool if you ask me.
I once had a blog that was completely password protected .. merely because it consisted of nekkid pictures.
@charmed – now that would tick me off to start reading and then run into a password.
@Red – hmmmmm, now why would you do that I wonder?