(Disclaimer: This blog post is a little different for me because it has a bad word in it. Several of them, actually. I used little ***’s instead of actually saying the word, but even so, my friend, Kevin, said it was edgy for me.
I don’t want to be edgy. I don’t want people to read this and say, “Dang, Missy, have you been drinking already?” I mean, of course I have, but that’s not why I wrote it. I just wanted to point out what I see happening around me and I couldn’t do that without the bad word. I could have used “fudge” but that just sounds silly, ‘cause your mind is going to say the right word anyway.
So, if you read it, please don’t think me a potty mouth. Sometimes leading you through the murky waters involves leading you through murky waters with bad words. xoxo)
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