Thursday, 2 January 2020

I've decided that this year i'm not going to write any whingeing or negative's depressing for me to read back and must be equally so for you lot.  So i'm not writing anything at all right now (read into that what you will).

Back when i've got something positive to say.


  1. Happy New Year Sooze love, If you need a good whinge then go right ahead and do it. Bottling things up is really bad. It's great to get things off your chest. This is your blog and you can write whatever the heck you like.

  2. Sometimes it is good to have a good whinge -that is what a diary or journal is good for and a blog is just an online form of this. Your blog has not had a depressing effect on me -we are all where we are and sometimes we just need a listening ear a few good friends to listen - blogland provides that. If people do not want to listen they will read elsewhere - the rest of us remain out of concern and friendship for our fellow bloggers. I truly hope though that you will get some respite soon from your problems this year. The fact that they all came at once is so overwhemling but hopefully they will be sorted out and you will feel more positive and this will be instantly reflected in your posts.
    All the best Sooze - don't stay away waiting for something positive to write if it isn't where you are at the moment. xx

  3. I can see what you mean but, on the other hand, it can help to vent and venting isn't whinging or negative, in my book. I don't find it depressing, I'm just sorry you've gone through such bad times.
    Sending a hug.

  4. If writing your blog helps you then that's all that matters. Keeping things bottled up won't do you or Mr Outside any good. Readers have a choice on whether to read or not. I hope 2020 is a better year for you. Maureen

  5. I look forward to whatever you choose to write. Wishing you a happier year. Hugs x

  6. Dear Sooze, please don’t stay away, just because you think it’s not what we want to hear. Writing things down, that are worry related, will help you, rather than bottling it up. Those of us who care will read and support you. Those who don’t want to read it, will read elsewhere. Sending you & hubby lots of love xx

  7. I'm sorry to read of the death of your Mum. Whilst her pain has ended, yours continues.
    You must do what is best for you. Writing can help, but you don't have to share what you've written unless you want to. I have so many posts in drafts, that will never see the light of day, but just the act of writing it all down helped me. Take care xx


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