If you had to select the one thing in life you feel the most guilty about, what would it be?
At 4 years old, I hid my mom's cookie jar and said somebody stole it. She only came to know about it when I was grown and gray!
I feel guilty about seldom using my musical skills. I'm too busy struggling to survive. At least I can still write. Maybe things will improve someday, and my musical muse will reawaken.
On my old granny's advice I have always tried to live/act so as not to cause harm, so the result at the end is few regrets and nothing to feel guilty about. If I have hurt anyone in my life, it was inadvertent - and it makes no sense to feel guilt over an honest mistake or oversight. Regret, yes, but not guilt.
Well, today it would be not reminding my children it is my birthday today! When they realise they have forgotten I can only imagine how they are going to feel!
I feel guilty about spending too much time on HP! Especially in the forums. I am quite sure no one wants to read one more word of mine. I just keep finding things to comment on. I literally tell myself every day not to go on HP forums…
Augh! Am I addicted to screen technology in this way?
You had to ask.
You and me both Kathryn L Hill! I should be writing a new hub and get sucked into reading the forums! Hey ho all in a good days work
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