Post # 1
I’m new on the hive and still in the process of getting familiar with it. I’m a curious cat…Things bug me easily and I need to get to the bottom before being ok. Before writing this post, I had a few questions about blogger bees, but never mind.
This thing about this blogger bee: miss Waterfall.
She actually got married more than 2 weeks ago, never mentionned it and continued posting preparation stuff and kept referring to her wedding as something to take place in the future. Nothing about her being married. Kept saying she is “miss WF” It kind of bugged me bcos she’s listed as a june bride.
And then today: BAM!!! I actually got married 2 weeks ago, I’m a married woman and here are my pics!
So I was wondering…why so much mistery around such a joyous occasion? What would make someone lie about their not being married when actually they are? Just There’s something fishy about the whole story. Doesn’t add up for me. I guess that’s because it’s just me. Most people don’t care anyway.
By the way…I’m just trying to understand this. I asked ms WF and she deleted my comment.
Post # 3
My guess is she didn’t have time to go into too many things, was dedicating the time she did have to just the blog topic, and waited for her pictures to come back from the photographer before posting any. Could that be it?
Post # 4
I guess I’m confused at what you think she could be faking.
It sounds to me like she wrote a bunch of blogs about her wedding preparation before getting married, got married and went on her honeymoon, and the Bee posted some of her blogs while she was gone for her wedding/honeymoon. Then when she returned and got settled in she posted about the actual wedding.
Post # 5
Yes, it’s odd, but I don’t really care. When she was supposidely on her honeymoon, she made several posts about prepping for the wedding, mailing invitations etc. I file it under: don’t care.
Post # 6
Happens all the time. Blog posts by their very nature are posted after the fact.
Let go of your paranoia.
Post # 7
My theory is that she got married two weeks ago, murdered the guy, and then proceeded to plan a wedding with her NEW husband in the blog posts following.
Post # 8
@MrsTVLover: LOL, I like that. Filed under: I don’t care either 😛
Post # 9
I tend to be a huge skeptic about anything online. I’ve known a couple of compulsive liars and tend not to believe every story without questioning if it sounds fishy. However, I just looked at her blogs and it just looks like information about wedding prep that were probably posted while she was on her honeymoon. It’s not like she’s telling wild stories that scream “look at me!”
Post # 11
@Umbrelline: most of the bloggers – and many bloggers – will write posts ahead of time and schedule them for when they should be posted.
I have a blog and I do this too – when I get in the mood to write I’ll write a whole bunch of posts and schedule them to pop up. My current blog threads are about the hunt for my venue and all the ones that didn’t make the cut. We found the venue 3 weeks ago but I haven’t written about it yet.
Miss Waterfall probably scheduled several posts weeks ago knowing she wouldn’t have time to write in the weeks before the wedding. If you read the infor about becoming a blogger bee it will answer some of your questions – the bee wants its bloggers to post with frequency.
Post # 12
@daynalenore: hahahahahaha! that MUST be it!!
@Umbrelline: OP, you’re being a little cray. I think most of the blogger bees have done it this way.. The blogs are behind the times of what is currently going on. Obviously she ended up getting married before her recaps were caught up to present day. Its not that big of a deal.
Post # 13
@Umbrelline: Of all the blogs/bloggers that I follow, many of their posts are after the fact. The bee probably posted when she had time, and who has time to blog right after their wedding???
Post # 14
My husband has a blog. It updates on Fridays. If he writes an article on a Tuesday, it doesn’t go up for another 3 days. If he writes 2 articles, one goes up that Friday, and the other waits for a week.
There are peak times when people read blogs, so it makes sense to hold onto posts for when you’ll get the most traffic.
Post # 16
….I don’t know why you think she’s lying. Just because she got married 2 weeks ago, doesn’t mean she didn’t want to spend the time talking about the prep. What do you want her to do? Post about getting married the day she got married and then follow up after that with wedding prep posts?
nobody’s going to post about their big day on the big day