Breaking up is hard to do…

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Actually, it’s just plain weird.  I’ve been contemplating breaking up with Facebook for quite a while.  It’s not that I don’t love reading other people’s posts or seeing their children, but I found myself reading about them instead of actually being in the moment with them.  I was recently with a colleague of mine and realized that I knew everything about all of her trials and good tidings because I had read them already on her Facebook page.  It made for very bland vanilla conversation.  It made me realize that I wanted to really get back to the things I love and go back to being with friends, not merely reading about friends.  I know it’s not reality to be able to be with all of my friends, colleagues and family all of the time, so it’s more figuratively said, but I want to get back to being in the moment and enjoying what I really love about the one life the lord has blessed me with.

Why the name, “The House of Twos”?  Almost everything in my life has come in pairs. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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