I'm staying away from Facebook. So far.
Step One - back away from the keyboard....(don't!)
The rosey glow of facebook will fade soon. Trust me.
Ooh! Let's be friends!
I've got one. But so far, no addiction. Or, am I in denial?
I got dragged into facebook, kicking and screaming, buy some of my friends. And now I really enjoy it. It has proven a way for me to keep in touch with my Air Force spouse friends after we move away from each other. And I have reconnected with old friends that I lost due to growing up as an Air Force brat.That said...I do need to take a break every once in a while.
MM - I check it about once a week now. I've had fun reconnecting with OLD friends - with exchanges like:"I remember when I slept-over at your house and got scared and went home in the middle of the night"(this would have been in 1968...)I also keep up with my far-flung relatives - nieces who live in NYC and Las Vegas, a god-daughter in Atlanta, college buddies...Have fun - it reminds me of when I first got email -totally consuming at the outset... now kind of a chore...Friend me!
It might be a rush at first, but it doesn't last long.
One of my kids let me look at his Facebook page. 500 friends?? And they all write the same way - "So-and-so is going to a party tonight," "So-and-so #2 is having a blast skiing."I can't handle the lingo and I don't have 500 friends!
Oh, be my friend. Um, I mean, I can stop anytime...
I'll look for you (yes, I am an enabler).
Just ignore all invites for applications. Spyware.
I'll be your friend if you promise to never send me plants, snowballs, fish or drinks. Movie quizzes are ok. ;)
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