I finally took the plunge.
I deleted my personal FB profile.
(Waiting for applaud.)
You see, I hate everything Facebook stands for.
the “need” to log-on.
FB telling me who/what I should look at.
*Everyone knowing my personal business.
*What? You’re a blogger! Yeah, but I can control what
I put on FB or my blog. I can’t control what other
At times, Facebook made me into a person that I didn’t like.
It made me log-in to check my account instead of
getting on the phone to call my Granny Jo.
It made me write status updates instead of writing letters
to my Granny Fanny.
It was a place to go when I wanted to procrastinate.
So it’s GONE now.
It’s such a liberating experience.
Yes, I’ll miss the friends that I never see otherwise, but I guess if we were
super close, we wouldn’t need FB to stay in touch.
Life the Epic Journey
still has a Facebook page.
Facebook Page for Life the Epic Journey
I know that some people still like FB.
And I made a phantom profile so that I can still follow blogs and Rick Steves.
So there you have it!