Monday, April 7, 2008


So yesterday I was working. Thinking-type of work, at home, on the computer, not like heavy physical labor or dangerous-type stuff. Since I was on the computer, I was kind of goofing off at the same time. But since I was working and goofing off simultaneously, I guess I wasn't focusing as closely as I should have been (probably on either).

And so, I did something really stupid that I wouldn't ordinarily have done (at least I hope not). I put myself in kind of a vulnerable position with someone who I don't really know all that well, and now I'm really worried that this person might do something that is not so nice. Well, maybe this person wouldn't do that, and I hope not, because I'd like to think that I know this person well enough to say that, but quite honestly, I don't. I didn't realize it right away, but I realized shortly thereafter, and I can't believe I would be so stupid.

So I was sick with worry last night and into today. There's really nothing I can do about it, at this point, as what I've done is irreversible. I wish, though, that I had some reassurance that things would be OK. I'm still worried.


onthecurb said...

Uh oh. Get a little too revealing with the personal info online? I worry about that all the time.

Since I have no idea really what you did, all I can recommend is a time machine perhaps? ;-) And, I'd like to borrow it when you're done. I've got some gallons of ice cream that need to be uneaten.

blackbird said...

You mean like: giving your credit card number to someone? or saying a little too much about something/one?

Nevermind - I do that kind of thing all the time and then I am sick with worry...

We'll keep our fingers crossed that the person decides against doing anything not so nice.