There Are No Stupid Questions

Really, there aren’t. Though some may be tedious and frustrating when coming from the mouth of a child.

Can I share and/or blog about your posts?

TOTALLY! I am an open book and the things I write here are meant to be shared and enjoyed. The only thing I ask is that you give me credit where credit is due. (And I will do the same with any recipes that I find on the interwebs or in books.) Just drop a link into your blog or social media post that makes it pretty obvious that it came from here. For example: Check out this amazing recipe I found on omnommom.wordpress.com! or OMG this recipe I found on omnommom.wordpress.com SUCKS! Don’t try it at home! (I really hope there aren’t many of those links, but you never know what I’ll be cooking up.)

What about pictures? Can I use yours?

The pictures on this blog are my own personal pictures. They depict my kitchen, my house, my friends, and, most importantly, my family. If you would like to use my pictures, please email me first for permission. (Make sure you actually get a confirmation of permission that you can use them and don’t just send the email. This is a give and take sort of thing. Not a “I asked, so that’s good enough” sort of thing.) And asking for forgiveness is not better than asking for permission. If you use my pictures without permission, I will ask that they be taken down. It will also make me angry, and you don’t want to see me angry.

Note: I will most likely add more questions/answers as they come in. It’s hard to do Frequently Asked Questions for a blog that you just started. :D. 

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2 thoughts on “There Are No Stupid Questions

  1. Ginger January 21, 2015 at 4:03 PM Reply

    Are you planning to monitize your blog?

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  2. The Om Nom Mom January 21, 2015 at 4:38 PM Reply

    Possibly. Eventually. The primary reason I would even consider looking into adding an adspace is if I were to have enough followers to really make switching from the free site to a paid site a reality. I don’t have an actual number yet, but it’s arbitrarily sitting somewhere in the back of my head. One day a light bulb will go off and a voice will break through the clouds and say “Valerie! You should have a paid site! And with that site, you shall need adspace!” After checking myself into a mental hospital, I’ll look into both of those things. 😀

    Thanks for the question. Sorry for the nonsensical ramble.

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