Friday, August 20, 2004

Is it just me?

Or is it in fact easier to say something nice than something snippy? The adage - 'if you can't say something nice, then don't say anything at all' wasn't a key part of my childhood, but it does make perfect sense to me. I don't mean you should say nothing in a situation of crisis, but if someone (ie me) suggests she might be knitting scarves for gifts this Christmas, and that same someone (still me) jokes that it wouldn't matter if they were a bit wonky as they'd be handmade, is it not a bit unnecessary for someone (not me) else to then say that they wouldn't want a wonky scarf for Christmas?


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