It's a little after three in the morning, Rick is snoring, Aren and Tatiana are sleeping soundly in their room, and I am wide awake thinking about way too many things, but one thing in particular is creeping into the corners of my mind.
I think most people are multi-faced. We have a face we put on for family, a face we put on for church, a face we put on for strangers. Lately I've discovered another face and that is my cyber face.
In the past day or two I've branched out into my cyber world and have done things I normally wouldn't do in real life. Cyber me has posted on other people's blogs about their pollitical rants. Real life me would've just sat and listened, probably rolled my eyes, maybe make a comment, but would never say anything remotely negative to their face. Cyber me has posted about someones article findings when it comes to aspartame and sounded very bitter. Real life me would probably have explained to this person her own experiences regarding autoimmune disorders and depression instead of taking a back door and talking to others about it.
It's a hard thing to balance cyber me and real life me. It's a lot easier to shove my thoughts into people's faces when I will never have to see them or even have to deal with their "comments". Hopefully I'll be able to strike a balance with this new face I've discovered.