I have two words for you, Anonymous: THANK YOU!
My life has totally changed for the better. I have not been using offensive language and I have found that everything is working out. I am getting along with everyone and the daisies I planted last spring are actually blooming and puppies are scampering through my yard! Amazing for January, isn't it? My child is now guaranteed to have friends in school and Harvard has offered her a full scholarship in 2025. In fact, I can't be sure, but I believe that the Palestinians and the Israelis have actually worked things out, too! World peace! And all because no one is using the F-word. Why didn't anyone think of that before? So, thank you, Anonymous, for helping me!
Yes, I'm being facetious. For further reference, please refer to Mr. Brooks' quote on the right side of this page.
The problem with anonymous comments is that the person commenting anonymously isn't putting his- or herself out there for others to judge, but are quick to pass judgment. How do I know you're not a clean-mouthed pedophile? I believe that my friend Jason summed up all my feelings for me, but believe it or not, I do see some merit in not cursing around children. And although I believe my three-month-old to be gifted (what mother doesn't?), she cannot read yet, and won't see the "unladylike" comments on my blog. And when and if she does, I hope she has enough sense to know that freedom of speech is a gift. I was judged and I understand that. So someone thinks I'm white trash. That's actually funny to me.
Anyway, I did find a way to appear popular for a few days there. :)