Day 3 – No Man’s Land

It’s a deserted war ground, but if you enter this range, you are bound to die.

The term “No Man’s Land” is pretty much what sums up how I feel about not having Facebook access at the moment. I’ve entered the ground and I am dying a slow death. I got multiple text notifications regarding new posts and I would be lying if I said I was not tempted.

I was at the movie theatre last night and watched “The Green Hornet.” As fun as it was, I was constantly bothered by the fact that I could not “sign in” on “places” to show that I was at Cineplex. If I really think about it, who really cares that I’m watching a movie?

I think throughout this campaign, I have taught myself that I do not need to be so dependent on Facebook to be a part of my daily routine. I’m beginning to think that I won’t access it as much after Friday. But don’t get me wrong, I still am very tempted and bothered.

I hope I make it alive to the enemy ground by tomorrow.

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