Rules of Engagement

Okay, so I took a risk and opened up this conversation to a whole new circle of people. Prior to this, the majority of the people reading this blog were what I call heart people.  They knew about this blog because they love me, and I told them to go read it.  Or they knew about it because they followed a link from another blog.  And that is good, too.   

Now, I know that many people read this blog (and the bulk of you will never be back because that's how blogging goes). However, for those of you who have returned, don't be a silent lurker. I'd like to have a conversation with you because I love people.  And I'd like to meet you.  Leave a comment somewhere.  Like any blogger, I love a comment--good or bad.  React to something because I know there is something here that we either have in common (yay) or something that you find inflammory (still yay).  You might give me a new perspective or teach me something.  Tell me something about yourself.     

We are not all the same. We don't think the same. We don't act the same. We don't believe the same things. We are all interesting and unique people. I won't know what you think if you don't tell me.  And how can I respond intelligently (or at all) if you are just sitting there on your couch quietly seething.  Don't be a seether!  Let it out.  Now, isn't that better? 

I don't expect you to be me.  I expect you to be you, and I will recklessly love you for being yourself.  We may not agree, but we can be respectful of each other.  So, no name calling and no bullying.  Keep it relatively clean.  I would say PG-13.  Definitely not NC-17 or X- rated, people.  Other than that, everything is fair game...

And give me a personal holla (email) if you feel so inclined.  I'll holla back immediately (or eventually) unless you write me in another language or spam me.  The only spam I like is fried and nestled between two slices of toast with a little mayo and mustard. Maybe add a pickle or two if I'm really feeling adventurous.
Holla at:  

recklesshousewifeblog (at) gmail (dot) com

Gotta confuse those web crawlers and spammers!  If my secret code has got you bamboozled, change the (at) to @ and the (dot) to a period.  Now, you're in the money!  Hope to hear from you soon!



  1. very lovely, and thought-provoking. like you.

  2. I like you too. I'm here because you made a comment on my site. :) Looking forward to perusing!