House of Glass
My morning was marred by a person who left a pretty nasty comment on my other blog. The post I’d written was called Bad Mommy and was a list of stuff I’ve done and do as a parent that the so-called experts probably wouldn’t recommend. I was seeking neither absolution nor advice. My purpose -if I even had one- was to amuse myself and anyone who read it.
So this young woman who is single and childless decidedto give me a piece of what passes for her mind. She is some sort of expert in parenting because she works at an Elementary school. She may be the Lunch Lady or a custodian, but I’m quite certain she’s not a teacher.
She thinks that I am “horrible,” and she feels it is okay to judge me because I wrote that blog post and that is asking to be judged.
I think that merits some discussion. Is posting something publically an invitation to be judged? Can any random asshole make remarks about anything? Well, I know they can and do, but is that what we secretly desire when we share ourselves online?
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