Thursday, February 17, 2011

A Cautionary Tale

Recently, right after my supervisor got fired, I found out a former colleague of mine has a blog out and it named names. Not only did she talk smack about others, but also that she and my (married) former supervisor had an "inappropriate" relationship... with lots of graphic details. Apparently, everyone knew, but me.

Gossip is the reason why I keep my earbuds on at all times at work.

Going back to the matter at hand, why would anyone want to write such private things in a public forum such as the internet? I don't know. If it were me, I'd be really embarrassed if anyone found out about some things of my private life. I'm not some Superhead or an exhibitionist; just a simple woman.

This is why I choose not write the most intimate details of my life. You're not going to find out what I do in bed or who I do it with because that's tacky. If I mention a really good friend, I will use another name for them so people cannot find out who they are and stalk them.

Do I think I'm that fabulous that people will read this in the first place? Absolutely not. This blog is mostly for me as a therapy tool. Sometimes there are something things I just need to air out and yelling isn't an option.

Okay, it's mostly for being the Rangers' fan girl.

Anyway, you like this, read it. I may not be the most interesting person in the world, but like I said, this is for my own therapy.

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