Monday, October 06, 2008

Censorship?

So here it is almost 10:00. We haven't been home long, the kids went straight to bed and Chris and I are exhausted. Therapy tonight was really tough on me. I think it is just because I have been going non-stop since 4:00 a.m.
I walk into the office to check my email and see the red light blinking on our answering machine. After letting my finger hover over the button for a minute, I decide to check the message. It is a message from one of the store's that is mentioned in a previous post. I have a feeling they took one of my comments as being directed at them instead of the other people that we ran into while we were there. I will have to call them back in the morning...but in the mean time, Chris decided in the middle of my exhaustion to discuss censorship and that maybe I'm being a little too honest with my posts.
It is so not my intent to offend anyone when I write the things I do. Whatever I write is from my heart and expresses the way I feel. I am not going to censor anything and I am not out to be hurtful.
To clear things up, I LOVE and ADORE Pottery Barn Kids and they get a tremendous amount of my business - on line. It is not the stores or the employees that cause me grief, it is the fellow shoppers...and I won't apologize for anything I say. No apology is needed for my life experiences.
Hopefully, I cleared that up for all of you because I would really hate to be blacklisted from Pottery Barn...how would Addie ever get new bedding?

3 comments:

Polly & Steve said...

Please do not stop being honest! That is so refreshing and such a change in this world. There are a lot of people that do not, as I use to say as a child, have any home training!! Sometimes your venting helps me in my venting!
I am finding after all these years that holding things inside is only harming one person...me.
You go girl!

Anonymous said...

I guess that you'll just have to go on the Today show w/Matt Lauer and talk about your wonderful family, or maybe the Oprah show - she's great about helping educate the world about everything. Then you'll have no more questions to answer. You need to talk w/Anne Glamore about her ads on her blog. There is a way to make money doing this!!!!

Love,
Susan

Nicole said...

It's your blog. Write what you want, if people don't like it, they don't have to read it...