I'm Sorry

If I had a dollar for every time I've said that, I'd buy EP. Earlier on my life, I'm sorry was a way of trying to get someone off of my back. Today, I mean it. Along the way, I learned being sorry requires more than just lip service.

Words from my mouth, can cut like a knife. There are times when my mouth has a mind of its own. Once started, it can hardly be controlled. If not careful, I can make a big effing mess in a short period.

There is an art to a good apology. You have to mean it. When I hurt someone, I do my best to rectify the situation, immediately. Not only for them but me as well. I pocket my pride and I'm willing to set things straight.
pentupfreedom pentupfreedom
46-50, M
2 Responses Apr 2, 2012

Very true. Easy words to say, but to mean it, is what truly matters most.

That is the key

You're not the only one apologizing this morning. I put one in a confession, I just hope he sees it. I am too chicken to send him a message, I am afraid he won't even bother to respond. I can't take that kind of rejection. I hate Mondays!

Awwww. Go ahead. Did you see my comment on your story?

No there are no comments on my story.


Ha - I guess I was confessing that I am a pain in the ***! I posted it this morning, at least it is morning here.

We're not that far apart.

Where are you if you don't mind me asking?

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