Anyways, let's get down to business, shall we?
So, anyway, here's my point.
Have you ever heard of the amazing food blogger movement, #SundaySupper? (Lots and lots of great food blogs on the net, by the way) No? Well basically, the mission of the movement is to "bring back families around the dinner table", which happens very rarely nowadays. The founder of the movement is this Portuguese-American woman by the name of Isabel. Her blog is called "Family Foodie". It began with a humble tweet on Twitter. The first #SundaySupper menu involved her and a small group of bloggers. However, since then, it has grown and now includes more than 100 members from around the globe, participating in these events. The events revolve around a theme, which can be sponsored or hosted by a member, and it is broken down into a few courses. The bloggers don't have to participate in every single event, but it is highly encouraged to do so,
Thing is, I really want to join, real, real, real bad. It seems very fun. But-I don't use social media, and I don't know how. So, do you necessarily have to use social media to join or do you not have to be, you just get invited? It would be cool for me to host an event, too,
Also, I'm a kid in High school. A lot of the #SundaySupper people are grown, have kids (who, in some cases, have already graduated/are in college) or are 20-somethings or whatever, and it will feel weird to practically be like the only teen (I'm 16, go figure) in that group. I don't even know if they are nice people or not. Thing is, it's good to meet someone in person before you...uh...exchange contacts with them. I learned this the hard way due to an unfortunate incident that occurred in the past (I'd rather not talk about it to you, it's uncomfortable, so let's just move on). And...um... how will I keep participating as a blogger when my school email expires and I won't be able to blog on here anymore? I am just clueless... Help.
I'm not good at inventing anything "innovative" either, but I love to cook, and my dad often helps me out. But hey, it would be a fun opportunity to do so. So, Ms. Isabel, if you are currently reading this right now, listen, I love to cook and appreciate your little revolution that you are leading (Seriously, I'm in awe. How you manage to have not become a multi-millionaire like Mark Zuckerberg by now? It's great that you are still a very good person. Yep.). So, if you are wondering, could you please let me join #SundaySupper, even though I don't use Twitter or Facebook? Is it even possible? I mean, I don't intend this blog to just be about food or stuff in the title. I am a very nice gal. Please consider my words, Ms. Isabel. Please. I'm asking you.