Breaking My Own Rules

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post explaining why I don’t blog about politics. The next day I wrote a lengthy piece about the First Amendment.

Last week, I told you that I don’t post about the details of my day-to-day. Because they’re personal, and boring. Today, I wrote about a verbal altercation I had with another women and how the exchange made me so depressed I couldn’t write. Hm, sounds pretty personal. And kind of boring.

I’ve got all kinds of ideas about the boundaries of this blog swirling around in my head. It seems like as soon as I give voice to a rule and set it down here for you to read, I suddenly feel free to break it. [Which is weird, because I’d think sharing the rule would make me more accountable.] I’m not sure why this is, but maybe it would work in other aspects of my life?

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1 Response to Breaking My Own Rules

  1. Melanie Carbine says:

    Haha, are you kidding? You make the rules so that you can break them đŸ˜‰

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