I bet some people did notice. I didn't think people would notice when I deactivated mine but my mom called me just hours later and asked why I removed her as a friend. hah. then slowly other people noticed too when they tried to invite me to events and whatnot. I lasted about 3 weeks and then I activated it again. ugh. oh well.
This is Tina Fassett - and it's probably pretty weird that I not only noticed but then tracked you down to tell you that I noticed - but. You were one of a small group of people who I looked forward to reading on FB so I totally did. No harm in not being on FB though - I might do the same if I thought my mother wouldn't have a complete meltdown about it. Take care, Doug!
Tina! Thank you for this. And thank you for all of the times in Ft. Leavenworth that you kept me sane and introduced me to good music, and helped me feel like I belonged. I don't even know if you'll see this (hopefully you will). But being on Facebook just got to be too much. Too many people that I sortof knew or really had no interest in still knowing. And I just didn't have the energy to go through one by one. I might still go back...I am finding that I'm missing some people who I was only connected via Facebook. I don't know. Anyway, thanks again.
Mon, May. 2nd, 2011 08:14 pm (UTC) Kate Boessen: I noticed! :(
Doug, I was looking you up today on FB and couldn't find you and was trying to figure out what I said to make you unfriend me! Glad it wasn't that at least! I hope things are going well in DC. I'm going to miss all the pictures of your cute kids! Kate
You know, I thought I remembered you saying this, but I was baffled the other day when I had my "Holy cow: the Senior Week Sessions were fifteen years ago today" flashback, and I sent out a FB notice noting such to the rest of the guys, while wondering why I couldn't get your name to work....
In the meantime, I'm hoping things are good for you guys.