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June 10: Keeping It Private

June 11, 2015

I started my own journaling today, answering my Part II questions, and discovered that truth-telling doesn’t always require sharing.  You may find the same to be true.  I may post a few of my notes, but probably not all. You won’t either.

In a little side note, I’m listening to The Buried Giant on the iPod while I’m walking, and I had a great brainstorm for a writing project for our upcoming 38th anniversary. Now I need to find a copy of the book (so I don’t have to “rewind” on the iPod) to help me focus this little writing project. I’ll share the details later.

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  1. sandyyoung75 permalink
    June 13, 2015 10:51 pm

    I’m having trouble with the “assignments” for this week, I’m afraid, and here it is the end of the week. I enjoyed my list making . . . my roles in life, things I know a lot about, truth-telling statements, and my fears. I’ll probably add to them from time to time. Like you, I doubt that I’ll post them. I also enjoyed writing about journals and me because I have quite an unsuccessful history. I wrote about things that I would do if I had only one year to live, and I may post that. I can’t say that I really enjoyed thinking of the things because I listed way more than I could ever complete in a year and ended by saying that I’d better get started. Sort of defeated the project, didn’t it? I asked Frank what he would do, and his reply was that he probably wouldn’t do anything different from what he usually does. Harumph! Men!

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