Brutally Honest

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I’m sure you’ve all noticed my lack of attention to MouthyGirl lately, I feel bad about it so I’m gonna level with you. A few months ago I had a huge fight with the hubs because some of the guys he works with read the blog and told him some of the things I said. It’s not the first time, when he found out that I had a facebook account the same thing happened. As these things arguments have happened here and there I’ve felt more and more like I needed to watch what I said. Like I can’t write what I want and that has made it damn near impossible for me to write anything at all.

I’ve blamed it on various things like my lack of news awareness, which isn’t really true. Realistically it’s because I feel hemmed up. I feel as if I have to watch what I say here because I have little moles waiting to report me to the “bossman”. I don’t mind fighting for my right to write (lol) but I don’t want to hurt anyone and I damn sure don’t want what I write to be taken out of context. It’s been a serious inner battle people.

I will say this, no matter what I write here, I feel that this is my personal space, away from the real life drama that unfolds before my eyes every day. When I write I like to think that people will make an effort to understand me, not read something and think they know what I’m talking about. My point is this, if you don’t know me personally, don’t try to guess where I’m coming from because you haven’t the foggiest idea.

We can all sympathize with one another, and empathize or whatever but to stir up shit in my family over something you don’t understand doesn’t make you a helpful person, it makes you part of a problem. A lot of the things I write here are said in jest, taking every word you read here seriously is a big mistake.

Ah, I feel better.

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3 thoughts on “Brutally Honest

  1. I used to blog, myself, and found that people would read my commentary on life and think that I was singling them out. I always said, no, if I was singling you out, I’d say so, I ain’t afraid of you! But I felt like I was always having to defend what I said, so I just stopped blogging. The closest I get is changing my facebook status these days. Hon, I write vicariously through you. We see a lot the same way. I’d comment more often, but the blocks at my job are weird and don’t work quite right when I try to comment. Regardless, I ALWAYS read.

    Don’t let some whiny bitches who have nothing better to do than read your blog and criticize and judge you (and then probably call themselves “Christians” on Sundays, HA!) block your writing. Your husband loves you for who you are, good and bad, ALL OF IT. You know it and so does he. This too, shall pass.

    I hope you had a WONDERFUL New Years holiday…I did!

  2. Hey Sis! Well you know how I am though, I’ll keep my mouth shut just for the sake of peace and quiet until I just can’t stand it anymore. I’ve been letting my most heartfelt undertaking besides the kid fall to the wayside.

    Thanks for having my back sis šŸ™‚
    .-= MouthyGirl´s last blog ..Brutally Honest =-.

  3. Never before have you ever let anyone tell you what to do. You love writing/blogging and this is your way to release. Mine is shopping, lmao.
    Really, don’t stop writing due to you don’t want to offend anyone (unless it is about me), if they don’t like it then so be it. This is a free country and we all have free speech. So go on writing lil sis and let NO ONE hold you back.
    Love ya…

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