Notice to Anyone, Everyone, and No One 2

If you find me whiny or annoying or entitled or too liberal or something else and you just feel like talking to me or reading about my life is something that you don’t want to do, then don’t read about it.  Unfriend me on Facebook.  Don’t follow me on Twitter or Tumblr.  But do not sit there and make yourself (or me) miserable.

If you think that I waste taxpayer money, then that’s your opinion.  Just because its wrong doesn’t make it any less your opinion.  I’m not going to change it.  It isn’t possible for me to anyway.

If you think that I let liberal blogs and the news media get away with reporting on more progressive stories, then that’s your opinion.  Just because it holds no weight doesn’t make it any less your opinion.  You’re entitled to think whatever you want.

If you think that I am selfish or whiny, then that’s your opinion.  Chances are that if you don’t think highly of me, I probably don’t think highly of you.  We all see what we want to see about other people, which leads to our opinions about them.  You can call me selfish and I can call you petty, but that doesn’t make either of us right or wrong.

You cannot blame me for things that I have no control of, i.e. your opinions, your feelings, your beliefs.  I can’t blame you for my opinions, my feelings, or my beliefs.  The only things that we can blame one another for are the things that we actually do to one another.  So, if you feel that our friendship or acquaintance status is somehow toxic or bad or not worth it, then we don’t have to be friends.  People are only good for each other when they aren’t constantly bickering.

About Janet Morris

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama. I've got as many college credits as a doctorate candidate, and the GPA of some of them, too. I have a boss by the name of Amy Pond. She's a dachshund. My parents both grew up in Alabama.

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