It’s My Blog

And I can cry if I want to.

A friend of mine asked a question on her blog today, “Did you ever get so pissed off that you can’t see straight…?”

The answer to that question for me today? Yes.

I don’t even have to type it all out, because she did it for me.

In a nutshell? Sure. Here we go.

So pissed off I can’t see straight? Yes.

The fight with the husband? Yes.

About family issues? Yes.

Can’t blog because family has blog access? Yes.

Being so sick to death of it? Hell. Yes.

Being my blog so I can say (mostly) what I want? Yes.

So, I think she has covered all the topics I would want to say but can’t.

So thanks Nap Warden, thank you for putting my anger into words as well. I can totally sympathize with where you are coming from.

Comments

  1. Good to know I am not in the boat alone…I think we both deserve a drink…Cheers to us!

  2. YUCK. And this is why I have been slow about sharing my blog with most people I know in real life. I would hate the “censor” I’d feel…I’m sorry you’re having a bad time of it!

    I hope whatever IT is resolves quickly and that you and the hubby make up. Deep breath, girl!

  3. Hope it gets resolved very quickly..thats the only down side to family access! Hope your day gets better!!

  4. Yikes….I am so sorry for whatever it is that you are going through. Hang in there.

    ((HUGS))

  5. Hang in there girl!
    So sorry to hear your day, well… sucks!
    I hope it gets better.

    I completely agree about giving the “real world” access to your blog.
    Sometimes it is just a bad. idea.

  6. Ugh, husbands. Sometimes they are so much trouble!

  7. even the good ones can piss you off… Sorry you’re having a crappy day :(

  8. I feel you! I know your pain!

    And, I’m sorry this is still going on and you are fighting about it! Ugghhh!

  9. hope the situations get resolved. Sorry about all the frustrations

  10. Sorry about whatever it is…Hope it gets better. Personally, I think it calls for a drink! :)
    Hope your day is great.

  11. SO I have kept my BLOG from my family up in Virginia! YEPPERS because well they went NUTS over the fact that I met my husband on the INTERNET and I dealt with that OOO almost 9 years ago…I can just see the look on my MOMS face if she knew I was on the internet blogging and putting pictures of her grandchildren on the here!

    The other thing is MY HUSBAND trusts that I follow his rules of NO blogging about HIM, his job the kids ect. so he never has bothered to read my blog….HMMM HE thinks I am sharing recipes, and scrapbooking stuff. Yep he is in for a rude awakening if he happens to peek! LOL LOL

  12. So sorry hon. I know & can only imagine the drama. Good luck. I got your back if you need it.

  13. And then when your people in your Sunday School class know about it, you really have to watch yourself 😉
    Hope it all gets better girl!

  14. sorry to hear about your current visit to suckville.

    been there. done that.

    here’s hoping you exit quickly :)

  15. Sounds like a good bottle of red wine might help :) That’s usually what helps me :) Hope things get better!

  16. I was in your spot yesterday. And it really ticks me off that my hubby (and other family memeber) read my blog because then I can’t even vent about it there. Ugh.

    Hope your day gets better!

  17. hope everything gets solved soon!

  18. Yikes, hope it gets resolved soon OR you get a new blog. :)

  19. Can I get an Amen!?! I have the same issues with mine I have thought about opening a second blog to vent about issues in the inner circle…I’m too afraid they’ll find it.

  20. I so feel your pain! Let it all out!

    I started my own private blog just so I could say whatever I wanted and know who is and is not reading it. But I’m too wimpy to actually vent, even to my friends. So I haven’t posted anything yet. Maybe I will get up the guts one day.

  21. sometimes it can get like that… after almost 20 years of marriage now, I look back and observe some things… seems like we went through some SERIOUS transitions along the way, and some of them were pretty rough…

    I used to joke that we had been married for 8 happy years, 15 total… seriously, adjustments can be hard. The good part is, though, as you grow together, and really see each other’s hearts, and go through all the rough stuff together, you start to see that you can survive pretty much anything together.

    I love my wife more today than ever… my best friend, the one I share the most intimate moments with, and I would not trade our relationship for anything…
    Our problem was, we were (and still are) passionate, strong people… no, that wasn’t really the problem – the problem was, we just both demanded our own way, and when we didn’t get it, all hell broke loose… Eventually though, we transitioned enough to where it worked better…

    Billy and Ruth Graham (who I respect alot, and who were married for many years) said they were “happily incompatible”…

    “Ruth and I don�t have a perfect marriage, but we have a great one. In a perfect marriage, everything is always the finest and best imaginable; like a Greek statue, the proportions are exact and the finish is unblemished. Who knows any human beings like that? For a married couple to expect perfection in each other is unrealistic. We learned that even before we married.

    The unblemished ideal exists only in �happily ever after� fairy tales. I think that there is some merit to a description I once read of a married couple as �happily incompatible.� Ruth likes to say, �If two people agree on everything, one of them is unnecessary.� The sooner we accept that as a fact of life, the better we will be able to adjust to each other and enjoy togetherness. “
    �Billy Graham

    Sounded just like us, and somehow helped me feel better about it…

    J/

  22. There are so many things I wish I could share on my blog. But my family reads it. My IL’s, however, do not. But I am guessing they eventually will. It is strange having this “secret” from them. I write all these stories about their grandkids, and they don’t even read them. But I am just fearful I will feel even more censored than I already do. I am sure they will know someday – especially if I decide to go to Blogher someday!

    Anyway, my blog is real, I don’t lie about situations, I just don’t talk about some stuff. I am so limited at what I can write when my mom and sister are my readers. I often think of starting another blog, keeping it completely confidental from people I know, and write from my heart. Maybe someday!

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