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Monday, September 22, 2014

SHE IS LEAVING HIM

Question Of The Week 9-22-14


41 comments:

  1. I have kept secrets.

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    1. HEARTINHAND very good for you:)

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  2. I have kept them, I have told them and right now I'm sitting on a pretty big one that I think I was told so that I would tell it.

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  3. Yes, I am trusted with them and do keep them. If I tell a secret, there is a very strong positive reason for me to do so. But for the most part, I think that if you do something it is almost always better to be out in the open. If something is done to you it is better to shine light on it.

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    1. LISA I think you are saying it is better not to have secrets. That is a good idea.

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  4. I don't like having to keep secrets, but if I have to I will. There are some things I know that I'd LOVE to spill, but I will take them to my grave.

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    1. SPARKLING RED I only have a couple that I will take to the grave. Most of the others have surfaced on their own.

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  5. I can and I do. If you want your secret told - tell it to someone else.

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    1. ELEPHANTS CHILD usually they do tell it to enough people someone will spill the beans. I try to be sure that is never me.

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  6. yes indeed I can keep secrets and have done so for over 50 years. one day I'll post about it, Maybe. For now the memory is still too painful.

    a few I've kept would have serious consequences if I ever told.

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    1. SONNY I had one like that and now it is a secret I can share. It is a good feeling to finally let it out.

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  7. They go to my grave with me. If someone gives you their trust, you have to honor it.

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    1. ARKANSAS PATTI ,I do not doubt that for one second.

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  8. I am usually very good in keeping secrets.

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    1. MUINIR so don't you hate to be chosen as the keeper of the vault?

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  9. Yes.

    Funny that you should mention it. About six weeks ago, a colleague told me "in confidence" that she was going to move to another state next year to be closer to family.

    She ran into my boss last week, and said, "So RK probably told you..."

    And my boss said, "Um, no. She didn't."

    Because it was supposed to be a secret!

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    1. RIOT KITTY this is definitely a case of "Don't tell" but "Please do tell".

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  10. I've kept secrets too. Actually, most of the time it's because I have a poor memory and forgot.

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    1. KAY That is a perfect answer. LOL!

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  11. When I was younger I was a bit of a mouth a minute, but since we've had kids I've changed and yes I can, and do keep secrets. I don't tend to trust other people with mine though.

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    1. LL COOL JOE I was much better keeping secrets when I was a child. When I turned 16 a pastor broke a confidence by sharing a letter with my parents and I began to start giving less credit to secrets.

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  12. How many secrets have been told to me and i have not shared one - maybe i went into the wrong profession!

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    1. BRITE MIST who would not know that you could be trusted?

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  13. I keep secrets.

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    1. CUBE you know you would spill the beans on a Democrat. LOL

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  14. I am a good secret keeper, but I don't always consider that a good thing.

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    1. OLGA I know exactly what you mean.

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  15. Most definitely! Trust is a foundation of every relationship.

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    1. DITCHINGTHEDOG but what if there is no relationship with the person sharing their secret?

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  16. Yes - I'm known for being someone discreet. I knew things about employees' lives at my corporate management job that I still keep secret.

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    1. LYNN keeping personal secrets at work are fairly easy to hang onto unless they spill over to work performance.

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  17. She is leaving him? I bet she takes the computer with her. (JK...referencing the previous post here...)
    Yes I keep secrets, but I dislike being burdened with them & would usually rather not know.

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    1. KERRY you are funny. They were over yesterday and their marriage is secure. The spammed even called again and she was able to give him what for. Yes I too would rather not know the secrets.

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  18. I will if you tell me the secret. I can't if you don't tell me!

    Who's leaving who...is the suitcase packed and the ticket purchased?

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    1. LEE what is the expression " tell me no secrets and I will tell you no lies" or something like that. And no bags packed yet but I believe it is inevitable.

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  19. Lol! Nevah! Many of my husband's family, whom I have known for 32+ years, are democrats and I've kept their secrets. They trust me even if I'm in the GOP.

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  20. I'm a great secret keeper. Not sure why, but I've never been much of a gossip. :)

    I will be officially returning to blogging next week. I've missed you, Annie! Hope all is well in your world as we slide into autumn.

    PS. I'll change my header to one of my shots of the supermoon this month. :) I always think of you, too, when I'm out shooting the moon.

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    1. TALON how exciting to hear from you again. I am looking forward to your upcoming posts.

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  21. I can and have kept secrets. ugh...

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    1. BRIGHID I can say the same.

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  22. I still have a few!

    I'll never tell-
    I'm not much of a gossip...

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