Privacy doesn't just mean pictures. I've also been very conscious of what I say and how much I talk about all the new people I've been meeting. When I lived in Connecticut I felt much more secure writing about the people around me. I knew them well enough to know what the boundaries were. Now that I'm in Dallas, everyone is just a pinch more polite and private. Everyone is still having a lot of sex, it's just kept behind a lot more locked doors. Even my love life has changed. At the moment I'm still single, but having someone special in my life has brought a constant smile to my face. But there again privacy is an issue. I hesitate to go into to much detail because I'm terrified I'll screw it up. The last thing I would want to do it hurt his feelings or loose his trust. It's a delicate balance. I want to be true to myself and be as open as possible while protecting the privacy of others. I wish I could wrap this post up with a lesson or a solution to share but I don't have one. It's a work in progress and to some extent I'm still making it up as I go along.
However, if being a little more private gets me a sweet and caring cowboy, then privacy wins the war!