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“It’s Not My Fault!?!”

…….and there it is. The all imprudent whine of those that want to deny any and all involvement in their own down fall. Whether it is related to the job, the relationship, or even something as trivial as a sandlot ballgame. Nobody and I mean nobody wants to take the blame. Yes..I have been there myself. I believe that my own experiences make it not only my right but my duty to put this info out there.

Before one can move on into a better relationship, job, etc….One has to admit their own mistakes. This is what enables us as human beings to move on from our past and into the future. Even if those mishaps are minimal. It is imperative that we admit we made mistakes. Now, I am not saying that you have to write the New York Times and confess all. I am merely pointing out the fact that we all need to remind ourselves that even though we may have put in “one hundred and ten percent” of our time and effort. Somewhere along the way we did something wrong.

As you decide to move on with your life think about what may have gone wrong somewhere. Then really dig into your psyche and figure out the four w’s. What, why, when, and where. What was it you think you may have done wrong. Why you did it. When the mishap occurred. Finally where you were in your life that allowed you to be this way.

By the way as I said earlier no one wants to take the blame for their mistakes. Please keep in mind that no one else wants to take the blame either. As you may feel the need to finger point, let me point out myself. The idea that most finger pointers are usually guilty of something. They are merely trying to distract the attention to someone else.


About Bigboomer

Hello, first of all I would like to thank you for visiting my blogsite. I am going to tell you a little about me. My name is Ray, I started writing back in high school. Every once in a while I would come up with a few ideas and would write them down. Most of which became poems others became short stories. Some of my inspirations are of the heart, some of them come from the thoughts of the day. You will see, as you browse threw my site my poetry is about as diverse as you can get. I hope that as you read them some will have you thinking of love, while others will make you feel sorrow. I would like some of them to set you off to an adventure. Finally, I have some poems that may make you hungry. I do have some inspirations that just plane turn into ramblings or rants as, if you read in here, you will see. I have managed to get two books published so far, the first one is titled Pathways, it may be found at xlibris.com/RayBohdan.html. there you can view a couple of excerpts form the book. The second book is Mingling Hues of My Mind it is at publish America A little bit more about me. I am fifty-one years old I have three children, Rainney, Elisa, and Anthony and two well, actually, three grandchildren Raeanne Marie, Graycee, and Amaya. I guess I could go on, but then I am afraid this will come out sounding like a dating profile. Part of my site will be dedicated to my poetry, I plan to break it down into different sections and organize it by type/style. Another section of this site will be dedicated to my blog it will be about my rants/thoughts of the day. These will vary from political, to personal, to comical. I will talk about most anything and everything that I feel may be of interest to someone. I also will devote a section to some of my favorite recipes with hints on how to capture his/her heart by winning their stomach. My favorite foods are Italian and Mexican, but this section will not be limited to those two types. I do believe however, that the most important part of my site will be the dedication pages. These will be to memorialize special loved ones and friends, as well as thank those that have made purchases of my afore-mentioned book. This is exactly what you think it is. A way for me to sell my self as a writer. Publicly get my words and thoughts out into the world. Please believe me when I say that this in no way demeans or diminishes my passions for the people and the love of which I have written, and will continue to write. I trust that once you read my poems you will feel the love i have felt, the pains I have been through, and the joys of life itself. Once again I thank you for stopping by please enjoy.



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