Today marks the half-way point of my hiatus from Facebook. As with past years that I’ve done this, it’s gotten much easier to stay away as the days have turned into weeks. I saw someone post yesterday on Instagram about something of a political nature and I can say it was so nice that I hadn’t been inundated with all the political rhetoric that seems to rule most days on the book.
So I guess at this point I should hope to say I’ve had some kind of huge epiphany about life and such, but that’s not the case. I do feel that my head is somewhat clearer without the daily flow of the newsfeed, but I do miss the connection with others that it provided. Unfortunately, not many of my FB friends have chosen to continue to follow my daily posts on WordPress, but such is the nature of the beast and they can’t be faulted. My daily views on this outlet have slowed to a bare trickle. And I’m OK with that.
It’s at this point that I’m trying to decide whether to go back on FB once the Lenten season is done on April 15. I’m doing some soul searching in that respect and will just take each day as it comes and figure by that date, I’ll know for certain which path to follow.
I’ve definitely done a lot more reading and writing and have met a friend that does much the same and that’s a good thing. I’ve worked on a project or two around the house, but as is my nature, I’ve not finished a whole lot of them. I did make a to-do list the other day and did get all those tasks accomplished. I’m thinking tomorrow I probably need to do the same.
That’s about all I have to say about that for now. I realize that I might just be writing this for my own self to read, but perhaps that’s what it’s all about any way.