I used to think it was just me. Then my wife got a Facebook account, and she complained of it too. Then I saw the little comic below, and realized that maybe it is a common occurrence.
When I get onto Facebook, it seems that everybody else’s life is full of vacations, parties, promotions, happy children, perfect marriages, and people who are “happy happy happy all the time.”
Since my life isn’t like that at all, I stopped getting on Facebook. It was too depressing.
So if you want to “Like” me on Facebook, I promise not to tell you how grand my life is. You will mostly just get updates about my blog. If you haven’t already, please “Like” me below!
This post is part of the March Synchroblog. It is on the subject of “New Life” and while I thought about writing something serious and theological, I decided to do this more “lighthearted” post. Why? Laughter and humor should central aspects of our new life in Christ. I am generally pretty serious, but am learning to loosen up and laugh more in life.
Here are the other contributors to this month’s synchroblog:
- Michael Donahoe – New Life
- K.W. Leslie – Sin Kills; God Brings New Life
- Carol Kuniholm – New Life. Mystery Fruit.
- Glenn Hager – A Personal Resurrection Story
- Loveday Anyim – Spring Forth – Ideas That Speak New Life
- Loveday Anyim – Inspired By Spring To Create A New Life
- Sarah Quezada – Post Winter Delight
- Edwin Aldrich – Finding New Life In Our New Home
- Doreen A. Mannion – Each Day A New Decision: Choose Life
- kathy escobar – new life through nonviolent communication
- Anita Coleman New Life, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, and Eternal Living
- Sonja Andrews Persephone
- Mallory Pickering New Life Masterpiece Theater Style