Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Yikes, trying to avoid those uppercut comments from an occasional rude blogger can be quite a task indeed.
It's okay I suppose, as we're mostly getting walloped by people who consider themselves to be Christians.  I think sometimes people forget they're not actually alone and real people with feelings are on the other end  and while non-Christians are watching us as our actions speak louder than our words.


Charlene said...

I believe newspapers should print reality without editors bending it to a spin. Unfortunately unlike this delima in the 60's[?] it seems the "if it bleeds it leads" is the only rule.

belinda said...

I was discreetly trying to post that some bloggers can be hurtful.

Newspapers are a whole other matter.

I agree with your "if bleeds it leads". Although the media is going to wear us down with warm and fuzzy with the new couple in England. It's day two and I'm so done already but we will have to endure this at least until next fall but then we'll have the pregnancy watches.

Vincenzo said...

Who's hurting you? Let's go kick their ass.

belinda said...

It's about unnecessary hatefulness under the guise of humor and from Christians. Go figure.

Adrienne said...

I'm backing up Vincenzo! Bring it on. Any person picking on you has made an enemy of me!!!

belinda said...

Thank you all for your kindness towards me. Big hug to you all.

I'm going to chalk it up to someone trying yet failing to be funny.

I have to cut other bloggers some slack and I hope they might do the same for me.