How do people see us?

It’s one of those tricky questions isn’t it? everyone sees everyone else differently, does it even matter if there are those who despise you when there are so many more who care about you?

The expectations of perfection some require of us is often beyond our abilities to achieve, it doesn’t always matter, but there are times, and people, where you wish it could be otherwise.

Changing a person’s entrenched perception of you is an extremely difficult, if not impossible task, I speak from experience.

Perhaps if we were all more tolerant, and less demanding of perfections in others we fall short of ourselves, the world would be a happier place.


About Steve

I'm a toolmaker by trade, still working hard programming, setting and running CNC mills and lathes. I do a 72 miles round trip each day for work, driving through some of the most beautiful countryside rural England has to offer along the Wylye Valley next to Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire. I've been married to my Irish wife Catherine for 21 years, and we have two children, Sam, 19 and Megan, 17. I also have two grown up children from being married before, Gary, 35 with two boys, Eddie and Alfie, and Jeani, 31 also with two boys, Alfee and Max. I love walking, gardening, cooking, reading, music and good wine! I'm also a fanatical cricket fan, and firmly believe that if all the guns were put down and factions settled their differences on the field, countries would all settle down peacfully and moan about the umpires....much more civilised, and a hell of a lot cheaper.
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