Friday, June 27, 2008

Are you on facebook?

Ok, here's the deal! Two weeks ago I finally signed up with facebook and have been completely fascinated (consumed, sucked in, enthralled, awestruck, etc.) with the whole thing.

It has been a huge blessing to me even in the two weeks I have been on. I have reconnected with some old friends (not that we are old) from high school, fellow bloggy buddies, and friends that I haven't been able to connect with in awhile.

If you are on facebook come on over and say HI!

If you aren't on facebook, why not?
You'll love it, really, you will!

- Be warned though...if you thought blogging was a tad bit "addictive" then I must warn you, so is facebook. But, if you can keep it all in perspective, it is a great way to stay connected with your friends.

Your facebook/bloggy buddy,

8 Mel's World Friends Comments:

Mari 10:19 AM  

I am on facebook but don't find it nearly as addictive as blogging. It's a good thing - I already spend too much time on the computer!

A Stone Gatherer 12:26 PM  

Hey Mel, I am on Facebook, but I don't know a thing about what it is all about! I joined to see pictures Jen from Zaankali's Adventure posted of our golf outting from awhile back. I keep getting friends, but don't know what to do with them!

Holy Chaos 2:46 PM  

I love facebook!

SharonB 7:31 PM  

Melissa I just love this song. Especially the line "Precious Lord reveal your heart to me" Oh how my heart cries out to know His heart more and more....

Blessings friend!

ChristiS 9:02 PM  

I'm off to look for you on Facebook!

Jennifer 9:22 PM  

Yeah for Facebook. I am now keeping up with family that I have never even met in person. How cool is that?!?!

Rhonda 9:36 PM  

I'm enjoying Facebook too. It's been fun reconnecting with faraway friends and relatives.

Anonymous 2:23 PM  

If you think Facebook is addicting (I do, I love it) you should try Twitter. Come on, you know you want to.... :)

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