I love Facebook, let’s begin with that. I completely enjoy looking at the pictures people post of their kids, I love witty remarks and I loooove a great quote.
Post election: I hate Facebook.
I am sad and disappointed, to say the least. No matter what side you are pulling for… red, blue, or grey (gotta represent the independents!): BE NICE!
I tried very, very hard not to say mean things about the opposing side. I honestly think I did a good job. I even posted about being nice pre-election here.
The mean stuff that floated out there that I deemed worthy to pass on… I copied, pasted and emailed to my mom, dad, and step-mom. Period.
I found great quotes on Pinterest that I shared… I thought I did a great job weeding out anything I thought would upset anyone. Nothing I posted on Facebook bashed the other candidate or their supporters. We are all entitled to our own opinions, I’m fine with that.
Maybe I did not do as good of job as I thought filtering my thoughts and quotes for Facebook. Although, do know that I honestly tried.
I have been upset for days about Facebook posts. My parents and husband are sick of me talking about it (so I am turning to my blog).
My mom made a great point on the phone last night. She said “You let that stuff right in your front door.” And, she’s right. I did.
So, I am closing that Facebook door that has made me so upset. I will continue to post pictures for my relatives and “soccer-team-family” but that’s it… nobody wants (or needs) to know my every move anyway.
“Just don’t let it in your front door.”