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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Almost, but I didn't.


That was close. I almost signed back into Facebook today. I looked at my index card for my password, and noticed the date. 7/13/09. Wow! I didn't realize that it had been that long since I had deactivated my account on Facebook.
Today was tempting. My aunt has since joined, and my best friend has pics of her new hubby on hers. My step-kids and nieces are on there too. But do I really want to get back on into everyone's daily life again? Do I need to?
Honestly, for me, I probably shouldn't. I live far away from all my relatives. That might make you think that I really should. But then I remember the emotional roller coaster I could get on when I saw something that upset me, something someone said, or when someone in my own family didn't add me to their Facebook friend list. Whether by mistake or on purpose, I've decided that I don't really want to know after all.
I am on this computer enough daily that I don't need to check into Facebook several times a day too. (and I know me - I will do that!) While it was good to reconnect with friends I grew up with, they do live over 1000 miles away from me, and the likelihood that I will ever see them again in person is slim to none. I'm just facing facts here.
And the emotional roller coaster? I can certainly do without that. I don't need the extra upsets that come along in life. I can't help much about most things, except pray, and be a support if they phone. I should be doing that for them anyway.
So I think that I will just put away the thought of signing back in, and call them instead, if I really want to connect. So much better that way, don't you think?

1 comments:

andsewon said...

Hey! Thanks for the visit to my Farm Blog. Oh I too am only on FB to see family stuff but am not addicted as some are. I may go in once a week or longer.I have enough distractions as it is! ;-)
Stay warm!
Hugs,
Lola