Okay, so here’s blog number two, and it’s going to be all apologies.
I’m thinking the best way to begin this is with two apologies. First, I really must, and I deeply do, apologize to those people I “chose specifically” to invite to my Facebook blog page (the one that’s connected to this blog) for various and sundry reasons that sounded good in my head at about 4AM. Those folks to whom I’m referring would be the folks I barbed in my status on my profile page. It wasn’t a nice thing to do, even if I didn’t name any names. My feelings were hurt (a condition I need to work on curing), and I am aware that maybe some of them just haven’t had the chance to respond, because they haven’t gotten it yet. I already know of one such person. He’s on tour with his band, and it’s their very first tour. He definitely has more important things with which to keep his mind occupied. It also wasn’t fair to the other folks on my list of Facebook Friends because it was a rather rude introduction to them that I have a Facebook blog page, and that they weren’t amongst the first to be invited to it. Again, at 4AM, a lot of ideas are not a person’s best, and that was definitely a bad decision. My delivery of that information was also, let’s say it together, “Piss poor.”
To you, my Facebook Friends whom I’ve treated so poorly, I most humbly apologize. Without all of you, I wouldn’t have had the courage to even try this. Without you, there would have been no point to this endeavor at all.
I humbly entreat your forgiveness,
It is OK sweetie! 4am is a horrible time for anything except sleeping!
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Thank you very much for your kind words. I had been in a nasty mood, and I had unfairly cranked down on people who had been good to me. If I realize I’ve screwed up, I will say so. Since my negative comments had been made publicly, I felt my apology needed to be as equally, if not more, so public.