I have learned two things while doing my share of Cubicle Confessions. First, it's not as easy as it might seem to come up with confessions. Second, the things I confess seem worse once I actually say them.

Take, for example, the confession below. My family and I joked around about it this weekend, and didn't seem like a big deal - not really something to be ashamed about. But, just like with several other admissions, once the words come out of my mouth, I realize I'm actually kind of embarrassed by what I just confessed. Having said that, I must admit that I do end up feeling a little better about things once the confession is over. Maybe 'Father Ross' just has a way of making me feel accepted and safe. Haha! I'm not Catholic and I've never been to a 'real' confession, so I have nothing to compare it to, but there is a bit of relief after the fact. Do you think I'm giving this a little too much thought? Yeah, I tend to do that with just about everything in my life.

So here it is friends, my latest confession from the cubicle. I'm certainly not proud of it, but I'm trying to do something about it. Ask me about it again in a couple weeks to see how my progress is going.

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