or my profanity, I think that’s okay. Then don’t visit my blog. I think that’s okay too.
I realize my blog isn’t for everyone. I have a very odd sense of humor.
I mean, who thinks it’s funny when their friend makes a cookie shaped like a cross with the word fuck on it?
You can thank my mother for that.
What I am going to say next, I think is true for anyone following a blog they may not like, or a blog they fell out of love with, etc.
If you no longer care for a blog or do not want to read it any long, you really do not have to put in a little dig to that blog owner before you leave. You can leave quietly. That blog owner may or may not notice your absence, but that is okay.
This is an e-mail I received regarding my last post:
“I will not be visiting your site anymore. Your profanity is too much for me. It only shows that you're in a lot of pain. But as long as we live this life, we will be hurt in some shape of form. But you can overcome it and be better than it.
Blogs should entertain, encourage, educate and hopefully inspire. Your site does none of this for me. In my opinion, it only shows a young woman who lives with a lot of pain. There's nothing cute or hip about your constant profanity. There was a time in my life when I did something similar. Profanity was my crutch. I'm glad to say, I'm no longer that person.
I hope you find your peace and all of the joy that comes with it. May you have many miracles and blessings that will change your outlook.”
Oh the PAIN!! I am feeling right now. But only because she felt she had to let me know she is better than me before she moves on.
I don’t think she, or any one else for that matter, is better than me because they do not cuss.
“Profanity” is not my crutch. My doctor is awesome and prescribes some good shit. I don’t really need any other crutch.
If anyone else feels as if they no longer want to read or visit my blog, that’s fine.
Please, just leave quietly.
I don’t give a fuck if you stay or go.