Studies say that when young adults are taken away from their social media, they react similarly to someone experiencing crack withdrawal. I haven't done a lot of crack so it's hard to accurately assess the situation. However, I am a little shaky and I haven't stopped talking to people in my head yet. That, perhaps, is the most irritating thing about FB to me. I spend hours talking to people in my head that I will likely never see in person again or old coworkers whose last names I didn't even know until I friended them on FB.
Now that I've finally done the GREAT DEACTIVATION, I think I should set some new goals for my FB free life:
hmmm, well I couldn't come up with any so could you all please pray for the recently sprouted tomatoes and their still gestating cousins that are in my kitchen. Although I do dig a little Jesus, I'm going to hit up Demeter for this one. Dear Demeter, Please let my tomatoes grow into plants that will successfully move to the outdoors in a few weeks, and then, please make their yield abundant enough so that I can make a years supply of tomato sauce, salsa etc.. Thank you for your concern.
We got a giant trampoline today so I am going to empty out every last drop of urine from my faulty bladder and see if I can jump on it without pissing myself. (I guess that's a goal... it's good to have goals.)