Wednesday, July 23, 2008


Why, oh, why did I join facebook? I just thought I was clicking on someone's picture...but I invited him to be my "friend". Not so sure I want this person on my facebook. How do I get myself into these situations?

More on the Bible study after rest...VBS sure is an energy-zapper!


e.c. said...

Hey...thanks for visiting my blog! A bunch of my old crew from Auburn got together for a girls' weekend last weekend, and we had this same discussion about fb....a friend informed us that if you deny someone who asks to be your friend, they will never know you specifically denied them...they will just think you haven't responded. Also, if you delete someone, it doesn't send them that message either....they would have to specifically look for you in their friend list to realize it, and if they have a ton of friends, they may never know....may make you feel better :)

Jennifer said...

HA!!! Oh, my goodness, that makes me laugh...

a bunch of my old friends from my growing up years at my old church got on facebook and I was begged to get on. I finally did and like you, I tried to be nice to this guy and next thing I know I'm basically being telemarketed via facebook. I tried to ignore until finally enough. Of course then it's pasted all over your group, "Jennifer is not friends with ____ anymore." Or something equally humiliating. Whatever.

He sent me another invitation this week.
Some people.

On the other hand, it has been fun to reconnect with others, I will admit. My sister put it well, though, when she said that she gets so excited to find out what everyone is now up to - oh, the imagination runs wild!
And then thuds when you read their page to find out, just like us, it's pretty much more of the same. :) No movie stars out there, yet. :)

Amy said...

Hey I am glad you joined facebook. It has been a great way for me to communicate to old friends. However I received the email to be your friend but I can't find you anywhere.