Okay. I feel the need to apologize for my last post. It sounded like I was ranting and no one needs to hear that. I don't want my corner of the Web to be a place that adds to the negativity of the world.
However, I do also want to clarify that I wasn't actually ranting. When I was writing that post I was not angry, or upset, or even mildly frustrated. To be honest the strongest emotion I was feeling at the time was amusement. It amuses me more than annoys me that people keep asking me if I am still writing. Granted, I'll roll my eyes on occasion, but I am not nearly as frustrated by it as my last post suggests. I read over that post a few days after I published it and was truly shocked by how "ranty" it felt to me, because that isn't how I felt while writing it.
I run into this problem a lot.
And it isn't just on the Web, where you can't see my face or hear my voice so maybe it's understandable things don't come across correctly. No. I have this problem is person too. I always sound more upset than I actually am. I have no idea why my voice and/or body language convey so much more negative emotion than I feel, but I swear it happens to me all the time. And I feel awful about it.
So anyway, I wasn't trying to rant but it definitely seemed like one, even to me, so sorry about that.
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