F is for Facebook. Love it, or hate it, it's a staple in most households these days.
I love seeing the new babies, the placards on forgiveness, cats wiggling around in oatmeal canisters, and those amazing youngsters singing like Josh Groban.
Who could fully live without Bejeweled Blitz or Candy Crush? (Here in the Ballpark, Angry Birds is the must-play.)
Without Facebook, how would we ever know who's giving away Kitchen Aid mixers, or what character we are most like in Once Upon a Time? (I'm Charming, by the way.)
I've loved connecting with high school friends and being able to pray for people who are suffering with one difficulty or another. Sure, Facebook can be a time drain, but, in moderation, it can be a valuable tool for networking and staying in touch with far away loved ones.
At some point, I will be changing servers on this blog, and connecting to my Facebook page will always provide a link to that and whatever else I'm doing in cyberspace. (Info. on my book The 12 Days of Christmas Adventure will be shared that way.) I've come to prefer connecting to sites I enjoy by way of Facebook myself. Here's my Facebook page, if you'd like to link up, or 'like' me (goofy terminology): ADVENTURES IN THE BALLPARK - MARE BALL.
How do you feel about Facebook? Are you more of a Twitter fan? (I don't get it.)