I'm supposed to apologize to my MIL via e-mail about losing my temper and snapping at everyone after I got a bit sea sick.
I want to explain that I was nauseated and at that time I blamed her partially because she suggested I sit on the floor of the boat, not that it is logical that I blamed her, just that I did and I was also not feeling good and they all kept looking at me like I was nuts, is why I was so snappy.
I really am very sorry I upset her and lost my decorum and am also embarrassed, wish I'd been more graceful, and don't want any grudges or ill feelings/her to be afraid I'm gonna get mad at her a lot etc. which I repeat a few times in the rough draft.
DH says it's not an apology because I try to explain it all...
Okay, can an apology letter contain explainations, no "buts" were in it, even then does that just induce eye rolling on the part of the person being apologized to? Should I just say "I was sick"? HELP
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