Confessions and apologies
I have read on-line about the aftermath of one blogger whose significant other found his blog-site. In his blog, he relayed his experiences of using prostitutes. A subject that I am sure his wife found quite offensive. Up until now, B knew of the existence of the blog, but expressed his lack of interest in it. As would only be natural; he changed his mind.
It is of no surprise to anyone, except me perhaps, that he "googled" and found me, and began reading this blog.
And the comments.
From the very beginning.
His revelation to me came the other night after we had enjoyed another delightful evening together. I was upset, nervous and panicked, all at the same time. Fearful of his reaction, feeling a little violated, but also knowing that if you put something out there on the web - it is public space and not appropriate for me to act protective.
I suppose his only real grievance was the thought that I may have feelings or thoughts of someone else. And this is an understandable worry, but there should be no worry. No matter how it may sound B, you are the only one in my heart. I am sorry if you were at all hurt by any thoughts that may have been different. Our private life is indeed very precious, and between us and no-one else.