3 Responses to “This is my brain…”

  1. Jill September 27, 2008 at 10:34 AM #

    Sounds like you’ve been reading my mind. This kept me awake last night, but for personal reasons, not political. I, too, really appreciate the people in my life who can say, “I’m sorry,” without adding a “but . . .” Unfortunately, those people are few and far between.Hope you have a great day.Jill

  2. Rubi Jayne September 28, 2008 at 10:01 AM #

    Saying “I’m sorry” without excuses is something I’ve been trying to teach my child. Admitting that, even though you may disagree, someone else can be right or have a valid point (or concern) is something I’ve been trying to teach my husband and child. The kid learns faster.

    I actually like that you don’t Twitter about editing. It helps remind me that published authors, editors, and the folks running publishing companies aren’t gods or goddesses to be afraid of but, rather, real flesh and blood people. Humans, just like me.

  3. Annmarie September 28, 2008 at 10:53 PM #

    I had to learn the no excuse apology dealing with irate customers.  It’s hard.  But it is the best sort of apology.  Sadly, in my personal life, I know lots of people that can’t even say the word sorry.  You and Josh give me happy smiles.  I love that y’all are so considerate of each other.

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