Be like a sunflower.

I abandoned Facebook recently and every day, my mood celebrates that decision. Still, the occasionally meaningful graphic is nice. I found one on Pinterest. I have a fondness for things that look nostalgic.

It’s good advice – stand tall and find the light – but it should come with a corollary. Something in an “evil thoughts for those who bear shadows,” perhaps? It would be even better in a flat.

By Em

I like writing. Words help me unpack my thoughts so that things start to make sense. Once I have both myself and the universe figured out, I plan to take up macrame. "Writing is an exploration. You start from nothing, and learn as you go." E. L. Doctorow

12 comments

  1. Glad to hear that the break (or maybe a complete cut) from FB is doing you good. I used it very rarely when I had it. I was biased against it from the start. I liked MySpace but then EVERYONE moved to FB and so I HAD TO as well. I haven’t had an account in a year or maybe two (time flies) and I’ve lived!

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  2. I don’t do Facebook and haven’t done for years. I left after a third time and never looked back. I have had friends who miss me on there and would have liked me back, but we communicate via other means.
    I wouldn’t have been on Facebook for a third time if it wasn’t for a college group I was once in.

    I love this picture quote.

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