I love facebook. It is a great way to stay connected to old friends, or family members who live far away. It is a great way to notify a lot of people of news or prayer requests. It's a great way for our homeschool co~op to announce upcoming events so everyone knows about them. It's a great way to show pictures of that beautiful new baby, or wedding, or vacation, or new home. Facebook can be a great tool.
I hate Facebook. It is a huge time stealer. It is so annoying to page through everyone's political rantings. I get so many requests for ridiculous games. Do I really need to know when one of my friends "likes" a post by someone I don't know? And do I really need to know that someone (again...that I don't know!) has posted a comment on a post I commented on? In order to get specials with some companies, I must like their facebook page, then I get all kinds of posts I really don't want to read. Facebook is annoying!
OK, so I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. I think it can be a great tool, but I've learned that if I'm not careful with it, it can also be harmful. I prefer the old fashioned way of communicating. Face to face.
So...yes, I did wish my hubby a happy birthday. I said it to his face and followed it with a kiss. You can't do that on Facebook....or have they figured out a way to do that too?
"So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God"
1 Corinthians 10:31