Saturday, August 18, 2007

Facebook

I have a confession to make. I've been unfaithful. Blogger's gonna be so mad. I have been secretly involved with Facebook. He's a lot more exciting than Blogger. Blogger's just so...so...quiet. He doesn't say much. I give and give and give, and he really just doesn't give a whole lot back. Our relationship is just so one-sided. Every time I go out with Facebook, however, there's a note waiting for me, here and there. An invitation to join his Pirate Army. A song dedication. Like little gifts. He's much more responsive to my needs.

I'm not totally giving up on Blogger, though. I don't know where this relationship with Facebook is going. I'm just having a lot of fun right now. And I want to invite each and every one of you to come and meet my new friend, Facebook. You'll love him, too. I just know it.

(Oh, and don't forget to request me as a friend! Anyone can join!)

8 comments:

Erin said...

Ange,
I thought you had been MIA lately! I'll have to give you more love here, so you keep blogging!

Angela said...

Hey E.
You're actually one of my faithful contributers! Seriously though, I am quickly realizing that while Facebook is fun and all it's no substitute for blogging. It's kind of like eating a steady diet of junk food! I have definitely been feeling the need to blog more. More will come. Don't give up on me just yet!

Angie Hipps said...

Oh, that's good. I wasn't sure if I wanted to get involved with Facebook. It has taken effort to become a faithful blog reader so I was uncertain that I wanted a change. I will continue to check your blog in hopes that I will get to read another one of your well written and often entertaining posts.

holly said...

i don't think i could transition to facebook. giving and giving and never getting, well, that's how i roll...:)

Amy said...

FACEBOOK rules!!

Kristen said...

I see them as totally different things. Blogging is like writing an article; Facebook is a great substitute for calling someone on the phone and saying, "How are you?" I like to do both. And I don't have time to call anyone--I just steal bits of time at the computer!

Angela said...

I agree, Kristen. Also, it's hard to talk on the phone with friends with three squawking baby birds in the background!!!! Facebook makes connecting with friends so much more enjoyable!!

Angela said...

Not that it's a substitute for the real deal. But you know what I mean.