Category Archives: social media

Count Your Curses?






I was singing along to the old hymn recently, “Count your curses, Count them one by one… Count your many curses, See what evil has done.” Don’t click the exit button. I’m obviously aiming at sarcasm to get your attention. … Continue reading




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Is Love in the Air? Or my Opinion?






“But enough about me, let’s talk about you: What do YOU think of me?” ~Beaches Opinions. We all have them, but do we really need to air them all? Or even half of them? I’m pointing at myself. I am … Continue reading




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Things that Perplex Me on Social Media






This isn’t a rant. It’s an out loud wondering and fleshing out, and a lengthy one at that (so sorry). I’m doing so because I want to hear from others on the subject and get a feel for other perspectives. … Continue reading




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