Examining Faults ~ Letters from the Heart

Today, for your listening pleasure I’ve included a song from one of your favorite bands. This song always brings forth some sort of self-examination.

Dear Barbie:

These letters we are writing to our older self are not only to humor you in your old age, but to help you in the now and present time. Isn’t is easy to look at someone else and pick out everything you see wrong with them? It’s E-Evil 👿 and easy to find fault with someone else. It takes a strong person to admit their shortcomings to themselves, let alone share them for everyone to see. Everyone should take a few moments every now and again to examine their own faults. The first part of fixing something is recognizing it’s there. So let’s go through the list, shall we?

→ You are as impatient as the night is long.
→ We already know you leave the cupboard doors open from a previous post.
→ You interpret a situation, then become irritated when the person doesn’t respond the way you think they should.
→ You snore.
→ Your hair is everywhere.
→ The piles of clutter are out of hand.
→ You take on more projects than you can handle by yourself and get upset when Tall Cool ☺ne doesn’t want to participate.

Ok let’s not beat you up too much. That’s a pretty good list to start. Very good, now you can ponder over that list, and tomorrow we will take a look at fixing some of those faults.

Galatians 6:4 ~ Let each one examine his own work, and then he will have rejoicing in himself alone and not in another.


I got my  A2Z Blogging T-Shirt yesterday so I can sport it today.  YAH for me.

Anyone reading who want’s to sign up for the challenge do it today, because the master list closes tomorrow. 

I’m trying to do some of the BONUS CHALLENGES for fun, are you?  

Until next time,

your constant and faithful,

What is A2ZBlogging? Using this premise, you would start beginning April First with a topic themed on something with the letter A, then on April second another topic with the letter B as the theme, and so on until you finish on April thirtieth with the theme based on the letter Z.  It doesn’t even have to be a word–it can be a proper noun, the letter used as a symbol, or the letter itself.  The theme of the day is the letter scheduled for that day.

6 responses to “Examining Faults ~ Letters from the Heart

  1. Thank you for including the word evil! I too am trying to do some of the blogging challenges. Today, I discovered how challenging it is to leave out the letter eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! https://alicesgrandadventures.blogspot.com/2021/04/the-evil-e-challenge-to-delete-letter-e.html

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  2. Love this post; and yes, examining faults is so needed (maybe it is time for me to once again do a listing….) and I need to get started on letter writing as well..
    Enheduanna is Truly Eternally Epic

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  3. Thanks for visiting my blog, and the lovely thoughts about memory and the pictures of my Dad. I like your theme…very clever. http://www.projectnineteenblog.blogspot.com


  4. Nice one. We don’t always acknowledge our faults let alone embrace them! Congrats on the T-shirt.

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  5. Barbie,

    Your letters to yourself series is fun and gives me food for thought. Thanks for making me smile with this edition. 🙂

    Join me on Curious as a Cathy for today’s Looney Tunes Art Sketch of Elmer Fudd! Happy A2Zing, my friends!

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  6. Loved the E post always the song by the Eagles.
    I bet you do look good in the T Shirt.
    Enjoy the rest of the challenge.
    Take care.

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