Go ahead, ask me anything.

by Carolyn on February 26, 2010

I stumbled across an interesting website application today.  It’s called formspring.me and on it, people can ask you any question and then you can answer.  You don’t need to register to ask questions or see answers.  I thought it was a neat idea so I registered!  I know I’m quite open with you all here, but if there was anything you were dying to know but never saw a post in which it felt appropriate to ask, feel free to ask me there.  I promise to try and be as candid as possible.  Of course if you want to ask me something here and are looking for a bit more privacy, you can always post a thread on the forum.  If I get any really interesting questions on formspring, I may cross post them there myself.

I’m kind of excited for this.  I feel like I’m about to play a game of Truth or Dare.  But you know, without the Dare.  Here’s how you play: type your question in the little box, check off ‘ask anonymously’, and click send. It’s that easy. And you can check out my answer HERE on my formspring.me page

So go ahead…

disclaimer: Of course I won’t be answering any questions that are intentionally hurtful or inappropriate. But that’s obvious, isn’t it?


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1 Urchin February 27, 2010 at 3:56 pm

A few of my friends have this going too. I’ve been a little gunshy about starting one myself. Too many questions I don’t want to answer, but once they’re asked I feel like a right tease not answering. So… I just avoid it. My other friends love it though :)


2 Carolyn February 28, 2010 at 8:54 am

Yeah, I completely understand your hesitation. It seems like people here aren’t really into this. Perhaps I should feel lucky. ;)


3 Angelia March 3, 2010 at 2:43 pm

I bet if you hadn’t added that disclaimer, you’d get all kinds of questions. Lol.

I don’t really have any myself, sometimes I feel like my parents divorce is still a little jumbled in my mind. A lot of issues I have are guilt regarding both fathers. Did I love my step dad more? Or my real dad? Either way was I betraying one or the other by feeling strongly for both? And why in the world would I feel like that? Does that come from society? Me? My mom?

I know those aren’t questions for you just general stuff. I’m sure the forum would help just haven’t had time yet to visit.
.-= Angelia´s last blog ..My Wishes for You =-.


4 Carolyn March 8, 2010 at 10:36 pm

Those are all difficult questions. Loyalty binds are probably one of the toughest things we children of divorce face in our dual households. And I’m sure you will be cycling through those same questions as you embark on your impending step motherhood. Any time you need to chat, I’m here.


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