Sorry! I don’t know what I’m going to say in today’s blog post.
Yesterday, I said, “Sorry!” to somebody in a supermarket for absolutely no reason. People often say “Sorry!” to each other as they negotiate space.
In my therapy groups, when people say “Sorry!” I immediately reply, “No need to apologize.” Most people there are working on saying “Sorry!” less often.
Last night, I said, “Sorry for your loss” several times at a wake. As I told my son last night, I’m sorry that I don’t know why a wake is called a wake.
I woke up this morning feeling sorry for myself. Whenever I feel sorry for myself, I remember that soon I’ll be feeling less sorry.
I’m not sorry that somebody left this note on my car:
My car’s mirror is looking rather sorry this morning. However, the sorry person who left that note is eager to fix it.
Here are the rest of my sorry photos from yesterday:
Here‘s some sorry music:
I hope you’re not sorry you visited my blog today.
If I didn’t thank all who helped me create this post and — of course! — you, I’d be sorry.