Sunday, April 29, 2012

Downside to Blogging

Creating Mrs. Cox is my space, my platform to say what I want and think freely. I get to document my life as a daughter, sister, aunt, friend, wife and soon to be Mommy. However, that's not exactly what I'm getting from my blog. Let me explain. I love blogging. LOVE! I have gotten to know a few other ladies that have taught me a thing or two about life, marriage and parenting. As much as I've gained from blogging, I also feel that because I blog and it's public and friends and family read it, I can only be so frank. I can't bitch, moan or complain about work, my coworkers read this. If one of my girlfriends annoy me, I can't share that here, she may read it. And God forbid, I want to shank James, I can't broadcast it here. I am not on able to be real, really real, which is exactly what I had hoped for when I started to blog.

Let me state that I have great coworkers, amazing girlfriends and the world's best husband. In general, I have a really fabulous life. As of now there isn't anything I'd like to share but sometimes things happen and I wish I could vent and share my feelings and I can't. It would be nice to spill my feelings into a blog post, hit publish and walk away. Sometimes, I don't need any ones advice, I just need to blow some smoke. But I'm not confrontational at all. I'm so laid back and go with the flow that I tend not to share when I'm angry, upset or plain pissed. I would like to be able to have an outlet for said feelings.

I guess I should break out the diary...

1 comment:

  1. thats the hard part for me too. i have considered starting an anonymous blog for those days.


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