Does controvery seem to follow you?
August 19, 2009 1:39pm CST
Do you try to do the right thing for the moment, only to be gossiped about, slandered, or in some way having to defend yourself? As an example: I had lost weight through determination and reading 'fat' content on food labels. During a lunch hour break a co-worker asked me about my weight loss. I was happy to expound on the skinny virtues of reading the 'fat' labels when another worker interrupted and accused me of calling her fat. She frequently ate at fast-food restaurants. For weeks on end, all the 'overweight' co-workers were scowling at me because I had the determination to lose weight and they did not. At least that's the way it seemed. This is just one time when I felt I was not being treated fairly just because I was making every effort to conquer the pounds. I had no intention of insulting anyone. Have you ever been in a situation where you ended up in controversy?
• United States
19 Aug 09
OMG! Yep! You know my story and more than you want to know... I hate when that happens... My next interest to create... You know you have it when you enjoy running for fun... And barefoot running is the best maybe on the beach at the waters edge???? Also fun with a kite...
• United States
21 Aug 09
Oh, I get it now! :) So, you are running. Looking at the beach, I think I will run barefoot either tonight or tomorrow. I have not flown a kite for years, although I've tried. Having fun with a kite is a lot better than remembering traumatic things while flying a kite. What is it about flying a kite that is soothing? In the radiotimes show on running, (barefoot?) he got kind of complicated talking about his heel, but I will know when I run on the beach too. Achilles Heel? Or just in need of Arch support? Interesting.