Facebook! Evvvvveryone and their mother (literally,) has Facebook. Some choose not to “friend” their parents or relatives… most of the time because they don’t want them to see what they post. My parents are on my Facebook friends list, because I don’t mind if they read what I have to say on Facebook. I try to be as positive on Facebook as I am on this site. My grandma could read my Facebook posts, and I wouldn’t be embarrassed by them.
My opinion on “not friending” parents is this: I understand not wanting parents “too involved” in your life. But if it is only because you would be embarrassed if they did read it, you should probably reconsider what you are posting. I’m not saying “shame on you!” or saying you are a bad person — Just something to think about. Continue reading »
We all have bad days. We all have misfortunes. We all lose people we love. We all grieve. We all get hurt. We all have our hearts broken at some point. We all cry. None of us live perfect lives. God didn’t make any one of us immune to any of these things. But, he gave us friends and loved ones to lean on when we can’t quite stand up straight on our own. Now, let’s talk about friends. The good, the bad and the ugly. Continue reading »
Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a creature amazed by the mind of a human. Though I am in possession of a brain myself, I find it incredibly intriguing that each and every one is able to think for itself, make decisions on its own, and essentially manage an entire body, day in and day out, for years on end. No wonder our bodies aren’t immortal… They are working at all times, for years. I’m sorry, but if I were a body (and not just a soul inside one,) I would need a nap. Continue reading »