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


  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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