To Facebook or not to Facebook….

That is the question…I have been off of facebook for quite some time now, and I am rather enjoying it, being off that is. With our impending move coming closer, I have friends and family who will want to know what we are doing, where we will be and so on. Without facebook, I spend a lot more times with my kids, cook, sew, crochet, play, go outside. I spent a lot of time on the couch watching and waiting for people’s status updates, pictures, etc…Waste of my time.

I had more important things to do then spend time on facebook. Now that we are moving all the way across the country, is it going to be any different for me? Will I be in the habit of not getting on as much even if I do have it. Or will I be so consumed of taking pictures and needing to get them on facebook as quickly as possible so everyone can see my adorable children? 🙂 Suggestions? Please?

Anyway…just a quick note of what was on my mind. I will update more soon, but today, I’m getting my babies back and going home to daddy. This was my last visit to my mom’s house before we leave. We have a lot of things to do before moving, and I don’t want to have to worry about driving any further that I need to. Plus, yaya misses us and we are going to the zoo tomorrow, weather permitting. 🙂 Have a good day blog world!

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  1. I am a Facebook addict. In October we moved from Maine to Florida with our five year old. Needless to say it was a pretty sudden move (we had been silently considering it but didn’t tell anyone until the decision was made & the date was chosen). Anyways, there were a few close friends/family who weren’t happy about it. I have used my Facebook mainly for updates/pictures about our daughter until recently. I get homesick at times, & looking at the updates of everyone back “home” has stuck me into this rut where I’m convinced we should move back. And to make it worse, because of things getting so much better for us financially, we’ve been able to enjoy the better things in life, & the pictures I’ve posted have actually made the people back “home” angry with me. Someone (in my family!!) actually told me that my posts were too happy, & I must be lying. So to not ramble anymore, I think that once you move is a good time to break away from Facebook more than ever. I deactivated my Facebook Sunday & yesterday I had one of the best days I’ve had since Christmas. Get adjusted to your new home before you jump back on the Facebook bandwagon! 🙂 Good luck with your move!

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