The Blog’s Facebook Page Will be Inactivated

Good Morning,

Just a short announcement to start the day:  On Thursday, I will be inactivating the blog’s Facebook page.  As I’ve mentioned, I have limited time and the blog is really where I’d like to focus my attention.  I have been remiss in certain blog duties (not answering as many comments as I’d like, not updating the sidebar, etc.) and it’s been on my mind.

I am most appreciative of the 2527 people who have “liked” the blog’s Facebook page (as of this morning) and I hope everyone will continue to follow and engage in discussion on the blog.  Thank you to everyone who participated on the Facebook page and I look forward to seeing you on the blog.

See You in a Minute,

Shirley Thistlethwaite

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10 Comments

  1. Lisa B

     /  June 11, 2013

    Bummer, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do.

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  2. I think that’s a pretty good idea. One of the things I like about blogging is the control of one’s own destiny rather than being at the whims of whatever change (or bug) Facebook has elected to implement today. Concentrating on building something of your own is not a bad choice.

    I wouldn’t take down the “share” button, though. :)

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    • No worries. I plan to leave all the share buttons, including FB, in place on the blog.

      On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 10:21 AM, YesBiscuit!

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  3. chelbelle64

     /  June 11, 2013

    No worries, I usually read you here anyway. I regularly tweet your blogs that bring them back here too.

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    • Thank you. I enjoy Twitter and find it very easy to keep up w/happenings there.

      On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 11:22 AM, YesBiscuit!

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  4. I’m not a Facebook fan and will continue to follow your blog

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  5. NP.. I come here to get my “Shirley Blog Fix”

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  6. Bummer indeed. I will be more than happy to share your posts.

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  7. Never really notice your Facebook stuff. The blog is where the good stuff is and your twitter is often my comic relief each week. Dump it.

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  8. I usually come to your blog. Facebook does save many lives and is great for some things. I guess you just have to use the tools that fits what you want to accomplish and have the time to use them.

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