Friday, December 18, 2009

Everyone has secrets, right?

Everyone has something they are ashamed of, right? Everyone has something in their in their past that they do not want anyone to know about, don't they? There is no one in the exempt category for this, is there?  Even my ultra-religious, never told a lie, grandparents had a secret.  They were married for 55 years and when he died, I learned that he had been married before WWII ~ I never knew that ~ neither of them ever mentioned it. 
Sometimes secrets are on a 'need to know basis' ~ some secrets are on a 'never to be known' list.
Some things make me feel untouchable ~ some things I do because I don't think I have the right to say no, sometimes I lack the ability ~ sometimes I just give up.  Sometimes it just doesn't matter.


  1. Make a choice to say NO. Go ahead, say it. You DO have the right to say it.

  2. Well, here I was all ready to tell you I liked your new background. But, I'm not quite sure what you're saying here. I just hope you know that I care about you and I want you to make the choice to stay safe.

    Anyway, I made a little "gift of gratitude" card at Polyvore and posted it on my blog, specifically with people like YOU in mind who I want to show my caring and appreciation for. When you get a chance, I'd love it if you stopped by and "picked it up." ((((((((safe hugs))))))

  3. You do have a choice! Even not making a choice can be a choice, I think Rush said something about that. I hope your Friday night went ok.

    As for secrets - yes, definitely everyone has them. I have one that I would deny until the day I die. I had another one that I kept for almost 20 years until last week.

  4. we will support you if you want to say it, we call secrets the veil of death that never gives life