There is a First Time for Everything

28 Aug

Over here on this blog do a rarely if ever take down a post.  This is my space to say what I want, and do what I want.  This changed for me today when I posted about an issue between my sister and I and it really hurt her.  It wasn’t the post itself, it’s that I was messy because I didn’t talk to her first.  I am reminded of something my 7th grade teacher said, “Your rights end where the other person’s begin.”  I only have one sister and my intention was not to make her look bad or to hurt her, that was just the space I was in.  After reading each other via iMessage, (there was a lot of “let’s be clear” used) I took down the post, and apologized.  Hopefully we can move on from this……

 

For giggles, this is how you all can imagine our argument:

 

My sister said:

 

Then I said:

 

Then I was at my desk like:

The she proceeded to:

Then we both said:

 

Fin.

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One Response to “There is a First Time for Everything”

  1. sincerelydiamond August 28, 2013 at 3:22 pm #

    Girl…. Lol

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