Posts Tagged 31 Days Of Blogging Honesty
Thank you so much for the comments and the encouragement, especially with some of my off the wall responses which in the words of the younger generation was TMI. Because you spent lots of time this past month responding to our honesty and answering many of the questions in your replies, I thought maybe you would like a chance to participate. Just leave your answer to the question in the comments. Cherlyn and Sprinkles, if you would like to add this to your site, be my guest.
What is the one thing that you did as a kid that you wish it was still okay for you to do now, at your current age?…
Day 31 — Given the choice between going without television for the rest of my life or my computer, I would choose…
It would take until the very last day of this to find the easiest question! I would most for surely go without TV! Most of what I like to watch is available on the computer through Hulu.com or on the network site directly.
You can also use technology to watch television through your PC. If I had to give up TV, I would use Netflix in combination with some other computer program. Goodbye television. I would of course need to use an HD monitor for my computer which would be about four sizes larger than my current monitor’s resolution!
Thank you Cherlyn and Savesprinkles1234 for taking this honesty journey with me. Hopefully we can do it again and we can have someone else come up with the questions. It would be great if we could get more to take part as well.
Day 30 — I wrote a letter to someone I really miss (do this). I mailed it to them (postal, not email) and this is what I wrote…
Well, I did mail the letter and so far have gotten no response. Without this Day 30 question I don’t think I would have written it so I am grateful for this question. Here it is. Started sometime in late March or early April and mailed out on May 20, 2011.
Dear Best Friend from Elementary right through to High School,
I realize we haven’t seen each other in almost twelve years. We are both married now and not to one another like half of the school predicted. People thought we were surgically attached to one another and refused to believe that we were just friends. Even my parents refused to believe we were not romantically involved. How funny is that now?
I’ve heard that you have several children now. Congratulations! I hope this letter does not cause you any problems with your husband. There is no need for him to be upset or jealous. I do hope this letter finds you in good health and good spirits. Why am I writing after all this time?
I want you to know that even though we haven’t kept in touch over the years I still think of you often and I’ll always treasure our unique friendship. We broke all the rules proving males and females can be just friends.
Just so you know, I’ve kept all your secrets safe and I know you’ve done the same. Continuing with full disclosure and complete honesty I need to let you know this letter came to you as the result of a post on my blog. I know you don’t like computers but I invite you to follow my blog. If anyone can find my blog without any information at all, it is you.
I miss you and still think of you as a great friend. Love you always.