As a small child, I developed a talent for keeping quiet and being invisible.  I laid low and flew under the radar.  I was a watcher, an observer.  However, I was no reporter.  What I saw and heard, I kept to myself.  I could be trusted with secrets. 

What I learned by watching were the right things to say and not say.  I learned how to act in order to stay out of trouble.  I tried to learn what would make other people happy so that I could do it, offer it to them and make them love me.   




© Salahub 2003