In Which I Say Enough

Hey, don’t come here and be annoying and then email me and be more annoying. I am trying here to be super understanding, but I am pretty much at my limit and the new me is not so much gonna put up with it, so seriously, settle.

However, I did respect your wishes and remove your comments and my response to it.

16 thoughts on “In Which I Say Enough

  1. i’m always late to the party so i really don’t know what this is about. i can only say that if you feel it is enough – then it’s enough.

    i’m liking the new you! your friend,

  2. Oddly enough I read that post as well as your reply and then posted a reply of my own. You really can’t make a clear determination on where an anon. responder is coming from which is too bad. Taking assertiveness to the next level and making your own decisions and rules in your blog is smart. In closing, if a person is in conflict with where they’re coming from or past event’s they will often be indecisive and revert back to the known rather than progress forward. One of the things that define us as human is compassion, some societies and cultures have moved away for this concept.

  3. If someone is coming into your blog to cause problems, ban them. You have a wonderful blog and someone that wants to be a jerk just to be a jerk isn’t worth your time. I say if you would throw them out of your home for their actions you should throw them off your site. Good luck.

    • Lol, my husband said the same thing, but you know what, I might have jumped the gun and over reacted a little, but I love ya for what you said.

  4. You are so right. Compassion is so important to me. I have always had it and I don’t want to lose it, but I will say the email I got, actually I won’t.

    I thought it was a good question and a friend emailed me and said where did that question go? I want to know the answer which is why she posted a similar questions..

    It was a good question and a natural thing for someone to be curious about. The reason I asked for anon to email is that I wanted to give him more info than what I felt comfortable publicaly sharing.

    As I am working through this journey from being a doormat to not a doormat, there are so growing pains. Annonomous, I owe you an apology. I am sorry.

  5. You do not need to apologize. You are more than accommodating and you can not be responsible for the whole world.

    Screw them. You are doing fine. Don’t second guess your self.

    Your husband.

    • He is pretty cool. Usually very quietly in the background of my “public-ness”, but always very much in the forefront of my cheering section.

      You can’t tell from his comments, but he is also smokin hot:)

  6. And as a married man… it’s the same thing… I have no idea what you are talkin’ about agirl… and I hope it wasn’t something I said… lol… (PS: I know you’re not talkin ’bout me, just had to comment)…

    Dann in Ohio

  7. When this sort of thing happens on my blog, I just quietly hit delete. No drama, no public spectacle.

    But to each their own, I guess.

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