… what a strange thing blogs are, they may be many things but one thing they are not in anonymous. Sure, a pseudonym may be used in place of a real name but regular commenters begin to “know” you over the course of time. “Know” you in as much as you are willing to reveal yourself.
So we learn little bits about other bloggers, their families, their lives, and their interest. When some one is in need of prayer or an uplifting “atta girl” your “friends” are happy to comply.
Have we come to rely on these relationships? Perhaps using them as replacements for real interaction in our daily lives? Maybe.
My point, yes I have a point, is that behind every blog sits a real person, they may even have feelings. imagine!
So please, if you find the content on this blog unbecoming of a Catholic forgive me. I understand that I am a shameful role model for good traditional Catholic women every where.
Let’s examine why no upstanding moral Catholic should frequent this blog: I am divorced [harlot!]; I have only one son [I think that's about half a dozen children shy of what is required for Catholic perfection]; I work out side the home and actually enjoy it [gasp!]; I do not home school [my son is in public school- grounds for excommunication I hear]; this blog is littered with profanities [well, damn]; I don’t hand sew my own clothes, bake my own bread, farm my own vegetables or grow my hair down to my ass; and lastly, I do not demand the
be-heading anathema of any one who insults Catholicism [in fact, I don't post much news anymore at all. Why regurgitate the same stories that appears on hundreds of other Catholic blogs?]…
What a horrible horrible person I am. I have failed you all. I humbly beg your forgiveness, dear readers, if you were unwittingly lured to this site by the beautiful art only to be duped by my malicious intent to lead souls astray.
Please pray for me.