Controversy: NaBloPoMo

What is the most controversial thing you’ve ever written on your blog? What compelled you to write it?

Controversy? Controversy isn’t really my thing. I don’t write about anything that would be considered controversial. Politics and religion don’t interest me as much as they should.
I do have one post still in the draft section about the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Why haven’t I finished it? I’m not sure. It’s a difficult topic. Maybe I should finish it, publish it and let the audience be the judge of whether it’s good or not.

I’ve written about difficult topics. For example, I’ve written about domestic abuse and my strained relationship with my father.
There have been at least two posts in which I talk about my ex’s. There’s a controversial picture in one. Some people like it. Some don’t. Let’s just chalk it up to trying to stay occupied, while being snowed in.
I also wrote a post called “Sexy is Back!” It’s funny and not necessarily about sex. I’m pretty sure I was snowed in for this post also. So much snow and shenanigans.

Sexy is Back!

β€œJust a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.


  1. I received letters of, er, …. there were haters out there when I wrote a sports column decades ago when I worked for the daily newspaper and I took the big-name basketball coach to task for a statement he made that I thought was bogus. One guy came up and yelled at me when I was trying to eat at a restaurant with friends. That kind of sucked. When I was the music critic people who disagreed with what I thought about a concert were not shy about calling me dreadful names. That was during online days.

    With my blog, I haven’t pushed buttons to that extent. Yet. Never say never, right, Holley?

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