monday mornings

yup. day one.

Well, to start off, Facebook  a great way for me to check in with my friends that I don’t necessarily see everyday, like maybe they don’t go to the same school with me.   That’s where Facebook connects.  It gives us the ability to share a lot of crap that we don’t need to see and hear about, but we still look at our friends’ posts.

Everything in the world is good only when used in moderation.  Facebook, like any other technological tool, lacks interpersonal contact.  I’m sure this point has been brought up many times before, but it’s one that has seriously affected me.

To be honest, not using Facebook for five days isn’t gonna change much.  Sure, I mean, I’m on Facebook everyday, but it’s unnecessary.  I don’t need to know what the weather is like on Facebook, ’cause I can just look outside the god damned window.  I don’t need to know that you have plans on the weekend.  If I don’t know about it before checking Facebook, then I’m probably not even included in your plans.

It’s just gonna be any other week: you can’t predict your life like a routine.  At least, you shouldn’t be able to; you aren’t living your life if you could.



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