We all make mistakes!
A recent example was a person who had personal information that got out on the facebook arena and although it was not ill intentioned, that person was very upset. I have often found out family business before anyone has called to update me. This immediate information may be good but it may also cause alot of consternation. Determining what is too much and what is not enough is difficult at times. You don't know if someone overseas is looking at it but the other side, this blog reaches out to many that may be looking for answers and that is a good thing.
Be Gentle With Others is my motto for the day. I have to laugh as I see people post things on their facebook page that they need you to this and that to protect them or you will no longer be part of their inside circle. I am not opposed to doing that but at this time, I can't get it to do what you have directed me to do. That brings with it the fact that I can't keep track which password I used for what as just about the time I get it down pat, the password needs changed and although people ask to link with me or connect or get info, sorry, I can't remember and having to work out of three different areas these past few months have only widened the gap.
So, all I can say is be careful what you post, know that everyone will see it and remember that everyone could see it. Oh well, final and foremost, just keep smiling and do your best and only take with a grain of salt what may not be relevant to you. This is loke a written soap opera in so many ways but in the meantime, make it a great day!S