Thomas Fletcher (fletch31526) wrote,
Thomas Fletcher

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As some of you know, I've been giving serious thought as to the future of my online writing. This has been going on for several months. Part of me says to maintain what I have and increase the frequency. Another part of me says its time to kill off Thomas Fletcher and be open about everything. In a perfect world, the latter would be my choice. This, of course, is not a perfect world. So, indecision continues.

Today, a coworker mentioned finding one of my personal sites online. That reinforced the idea of not only how easy it is to find people online... but that there are folks out there actively looking. To have a journal that was honest in the specifics of who I am, there would be a lack of honesty in the stories I tell. Which is better? What's the best trade off?

Just now, I was messing with the settings on my Yahoo! calendar. For curiosity's sake, I clicked the box to add horoscopes. Here's mine for January 4th: "You're not known for being secretive, but there are exceptions to every rule. The one you'll focus on now involves the feelings of someone else. Can the truth hurt? You know it can. Keep it under wraps." So, now I'm wondering how that plays into the plan...

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