We Are Lucky – We Are Blessed

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Apparently, the Editor does agree.

One of the things I like about writing vs. speaking is the opportunity to avoid saying the wrong thing. Sometimes, after I write a post, the Editor says: “Are you sure you want to say that?” or “Do you really want to go there?

She might point out that what I wrote has a meaning I didn’t know. She might remind me of one of the meanings I do know about, and explain that I shouldn’t expect my readers to understand that it wasn’t what I meant. Sometimes, I explain my way around things.

Sometimes she draws a red line, and gives me the look that implies that her advice is non-negotiable.

I’m a little less safe when it comes to comments. As you might have guessed, given the typos, no one edits my comments. What you don’t realize is how…

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2 thoughts on “We Are Lucky – We Are Blessed”

  1. I think comments can be a mine field–I always mean well, but sometimes it might seem like I am anything from perfectly nice or helpful, or a jerk in some way, or maybe just clueless. I try my best and hope folks know that I mean well. I find it harder to spell out on my website what exactly I do, since I am sort of niche in some regards, since I read tarot, yes, with a focus on the best outcome, BUT tons of my clients have been serious ‘alternative’ types, so I want to make it clear I have experience there, but also don’t want to scare off folks who just want a reading that suits them and they do not have a lifestyle that folks might consider alternative to mainstream. Yes, they’d get a good reading, but I never know when too much info on the blog is too much or when just including helpful keywords that let people know I might be helpful to them is right. I guess, as one of my exes said back when he was five years old, “You never know until you find out!”

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