You know, I don’t even know how to address this.
This is a blog. Yes, it is a public forum, and anyone can read it. Yes, that means YOU can read it too.
But it’s still mine. It’s my thoughts, my opinions, my world, my life – every part of this is Mandy. Do I need to post a disclaimer, like they do at the beginning of movies? That the thoughts and opinions contained herein belong only to the writer, and do not reflect the thoughts or opinions of any corporation or association she might be affiliated with?
What the heck is with printing off my blog, and taking it to my boss and trying to get me in trouble? Is that really necessary? If I wrote something that upset you or offended you, you could STOP READING MY BLOG. I never asked you to, and I don’t write to please you. Better yet, if you think something I’ve said or done is incorrect or in bad taste, you could tell me. Did you ever think of that? Perhaps I would have just fixed it and moved on?
Apparently, something I said about having a job and not loving it, and working with people at night that are crazy and make me laugh is offensive? Should it be a secret that I want to be a stay at home mom? Does EVERYONE, everywhere that has to work absolutely love their job, and feeling otherwise is unforgivable? And really, the fact that I love my co-workers enough to call them crazy – is that something to get worked up over? I would think it was actually something to be proud of. I’ve found some people that I really enjoy working with, despite our quirks and differences, and I’m being nailed to the wall for it.
I don’t know who did it. I don’t know who reads this, or who found it through someone else, or who let something I said upset them enough to get all high, mighty and righteous. I will not apologize for what I wrote. I said nothing wrong. I removed the offending comment from the offending post, and that is the sole concession I will make to your delicate sensibilities.
And please, don’t bother coming back here to read what I have to say. You really aren’t welcome any more.