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Sunday, November 1, 2009

An apologie to 'Anonymous.'

First let me introduce myself. My name is Josh "Juice" Welch. I'm married to the love of my life and the author of this blog Katrina. Lastly I am the father of Jack. I take the last hat I wear very seriously. I want my son to grow up to be a respectable, God fearing, hard working man. To do that I have to be an example. Part of being a man is admitting when your are wrong and apologizing for it. So here it goes.

On a previous post Katrina posted, about giving our dog away to a Husky rescue, comments were made by both me and an anonymous reader and an argument was started. Luckily Katrina had the foresight to stop the comments and edit the post with more detail. In one of the comments I made, I was wrong....

So Anonymous.
I do apologize for how I said what I said. "Suck it" is a term that has been reserved to emphasized a point when another friend is wrong. Used in conversations amongst friends about politics games of trivia, and sporting events. The common theme is 'amongst friends' out side of that context it can be misconstrued. So seeing that you, Anonymous, are not my friend I apologize for using that language out of context. I stick by the rest of my comment.

Thank you, to you the loyal readers for enduring that. In the future I hope to add a male perspective to this blog and I'd love everyone's impute.

Goodnight and till next time.
-Josh "Juice" Welch


Rebecca said...

We had a dog we loved very much and about halfway through my first pregnancy we also chose to give him up. Like you we went through a rescue group to do it and we felt it was absolutely the right thing to do. In our case our dog had started being aggressive. It was thought that there was a mix of jealousy as well as protectiveness and we worried how he would react once the baby was actually born. While our situations were a bit different they both involved a tough choice and a dog we lved very much.

I don't know what your comment was that was rude and started the argument but I just wanted to tell you that there are some of us who completely understand shy you did what you did.

And I just want to add that Jack is adorable!

Rebecca said...

Apologies for the typos... I'm on an iPod. Ahhh!

Staci said...

Gosh, I missed the comments; but I remember the post. I was impressed that you went to the trouble to find your dog a good home!