C'mon Inner Peace… I Don't Have All Damn Day
Holy cannoli what in the world has Facebook done to us? It’s the first thing I look at in the morning and the last thing I do before bed. At one point last week I realized that it’s the exact same pattern I used to have when I smoked cigarettes many years ago… prior to becoming super-momilicious of course.
I loved cigarettes… and I love Facebook.
I use the excuse that I am not from Florida; that I’m homesick for New York City and want to keep in touch with all my amazing friends’ lives. They are traveling the world, buying businesses, moving and shaking while I sit here watching like a jealous voyeur for any small connection that keeps my foot in the door to my old life.
I love watching my friends kids grow up, their fashion shows, travels to Thailand and staying in touch with people I genuinely want to keep in my life.
Facebook has so many positive things about it… until it takes over your life without you even noticing. One day last week, I decided that I needed a break.
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