Ok, so at the moment I'm feeling a bit miffed. I mean, this is MY blog, I should be able to post whatever I want, right? Well apparently now I'm being told to remove things from my blog, by someone named "Anonymous."
Now, I know they have good intentions, because apparently the quote I posted about Pres. Hinckley is "Mormon folklore" or whatever, but I'm just annoyed that someone I don't even know is telling me to edit my blog.
So, Dear "Anonymous," you and "Heidi" (another person I don't know who felt it necessary to leave a comment on that same post) will be happy to know that I have removed it.
There, are ya happy?
I guess I am partly annoyed also because even though it may be "folklore" it is a quote that just makes you feel good. It's not like I put something on there that was evil or satanic. Sheesh. How was I supposed to know it wasn't real? And yes, if you couldn't tell, I am one of those people who has a hard time admitting when I'm wrong. But, I will, even though I don't like to.
I hope in the future if "Anonymous" decides to leave another comment on my blog that he/she will introduce himself/herself to me before commenting. Thanks.
FYI: The following is the comment:
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Our Beloved Prophet, We'll Miss You":
The First Presidency sent a letter to all Stake Presidents and Bishops, which our Bishop read to us in Ward Council yesterday, STRONGLY repudiating that quote, and repeating that neither President Packer, nor President Monson, had ever said such a thing, and that it is not church doctrine. Priesthood leaders have been instructed to use "all means" available to make sure it is not taught or repeated.
Please remove it from your blog.
Posted by Anonymous to life is short, but sweet for certain at March 10, 2008 12:17 PM