I started blogging in February of 2008. I had barely figured out facebook at that time.
Boy time changes things, eh? Pinterest was the beginning of the decline of my blogging and then Instagram came along...and the rest is "once-a-month-blog-posting" history. Pretty pictures are way too distracting for my distractable brain.
Social media changed the way of blogging too. Back in the day, you could read blogs, comment and form relationship and then your readership grew. Feed readers have become sort of outdated, and now much of the way blogs are "seen" is through social media.
And I've been resisting that movement. Why? Because I'm 80 years old and I liked the old way of doing it. How dare those young people go and innovate.
But now, I've conceded. I'm the old-lady learning a new game...which means I'll be asking annoying questions about "the computer thingy" an awful lot. Bear with me.
I'm 36 and not 80. I slightly exaggerate sometimes. You'll have to deal.
And, I miss writing. *see yesterday's post*
It takes courage to try new things. *little kitty roar*
SO. If we are only internet friends and not real-life Facebook friends (although you're still very important to me) then you can now go join my Life in the Parsonage Facebook page where I can be in your face all the time. And in case you're 80, like me, you go to the page and hit 'like' to "like" me. I mean, who wouldn't want to sign up for that?
It's gonna be fun. I hope. Maybe. We'll see....