In a way I rather dislike admitting it, but hitting the “Like” icon on Facebook seemingly is the main, if not the only, way I connect with other people these days.
Sometimes I feel irritated about that. People are more important than that. Whatever happened to actually talking with someone? Admittedly, I am the worst offender when it comes to that form of connecting. My telephone usage is usually less than an hour a month, and even that time is related to “business.”
Then comes along those Facebook posts of my great grandchildren and I melt into a blob! I am so grateful that I have the opportunity to “Like” your post!
Locations, geographically, are far apart so being able to share your lives on Facebook is, for the time being, my access to you.
These Facebook posts of photos of my newest great granddaughter, Arianna, with her mother, Kristin, and the group with my other great grandchildren, Izzy and Teddy, with their mother, Becky, mean the world to me.
Facebook posts brought these family members right into my home and heart!
For whatever else I might think about Facebook at times, I Like Your Facebook Post and am glad to have them (and each of you).