I’m Sorry I Don’t Say Sorry Enough

My friend Andrea needs an apology. Everyone else has let it go and I think even so has she. But I don’t stop thinking about it. It’s been two years, it has taken me awhile to get it together. I guess I fall into the group of stubborn people. Whoops.

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Fractured Faith Blog

I’ve been a little tardy in replying to comments posted on the blog of late and reading the posts of others. A new job has been steadily eating into my day, in addition to the million and one other pressing matters tugging at my time and attention. This is most unlike me as I quietly pride myself on interacting with others and building a sense of community on WordPress. I hope to be firing on all cylinders again, very soon.

So, sorry….

It’s a small word, but a powerful one. In Northern Ireland, it is bandied about with little sense of its impact. Everyone constantly apologises to everyone else about such inconsequential matters. You accidentally nudge a fellow commuter on a crowded train – sorry – you knock a pen off a colleagues desk – sorry – you neglect to blog in a few days – oh, I’m terribly sorry.

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