Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Lessons Learnt & Apologies

I have taken down a few posts with QP and a couple of items I made because I am one of those people that had inadvertantly broken the rules. Unfortunately I had not re-read the TOU before I used some bits from the ABC kits and shared them. And worse yet, I had also credited some things to Pam, that were add ons from Vicki (the lovely bling jewels). I feel like I have trodden on everyone's toes and whilst I have already emailed these two amazing ladies who give so much to the digi-scrapping community, I also wanted to apologise to them here.
Whilst I also own the same actions, I will need to make things myself if I want to share them. I will recreate some of things with alternate items, or just remove the ones made by others and repost them if I can. I am really embarassed by this. Sorry.

Best wishes,



Brooke - in Oregon said...

I think stepping up and saying I am sorry I was wrong is one of the hardest things to do. I have to give you a pat on the back :) Even if you did not do it intentionally I think you are very classy to appologize. It is never an easy thing to do, so you get an 'atta girl' :)

LVMommy22 said...

we all make mistakes. you did the right thing by appologizing, now let it go and don't beat yourself up any more.

jaye said...

I agree with the other ladies. You made a mistake, stepped up, fixed it and apologized. As you stated you're learning (and making wonderful things) and add this to learning experience.

As my dad would say 'chin up'

Scrapping Mom of 5 said...

I know sometimes it hard to keep all the pieces straight and give proper credit. We all make mistakes and that was great of you to apologize and make it right which others have not been willing to do in the past.

Hifam said...

Don't be too hard on yourself. I think it's an easy mistake to make and we love all you make to share with us.

Thanks a bunch!

HarleyGirl said...

Everyone makes mistakes. Owning up to them and apologizing publicly as well as privately makes you a great person. Well learn from what we do wrong and we move on. Good Luck and hang in there.