Thursday, January 28, 2010

A Dark Side of Blogging


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After almost four years of blogging at Somebody Heal Me I'm experiencing the first real downside to sharing my feelings and plans so openly. Apparently writing about the reasons for a huge, life-changing decision without going into painstaking detail about every single thing that will have to be addressed to carry out said decision is a sign you're not being realistic about what lies ahead. It lead my father to ask if that might be the case after reading my last post, anyway. It's a mistake to try to assess someone's expectations by reading one of the person's blog posts. Especially what essentially amounts to a list post, for crying out loud. Please don't mistake this reaction post for some passive-aggressive response, readers. I said everything I had to say on the matter face to face. I see this post as my first opportunity to rant about the challenges involved in making this huge change in our lives, and I love to rant, so strap yourselves in. I would imagine there may be a few more of these in the coming weeks and months.

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