I know, I know. It’s late!! This writing is like a new obsession. I shouldn’t do it at this time of night or morning, depending on where you might live. Night times are so busy with catching up on blog reading, emails, tweets, FB messages, etc. Then when someone asks me to find an article, oh my goodness, now that is the trillion dollar question. I have been challenging myself as to what the best way to keep articles might be. I have tried or am trying Evernote, Twitter, my blog, and Facebook. I am even trying Tumblr. Putting them all on my blog is alot of work too. I have previously used Delicious and am trying it again. It is one of the sites that I actually like using and I am glad it didn’t go away. So I will forge ahead and see where it takes me. There are so many great articles out there on social media, internet safety, cyberbullying, etc. Do I have time to read them all? Nope!! But others do. Maybe we should start an article reading group.
Tonight I had some great discussions with a bunch of friends on Facebook. I guess it is the new way of having a glass of wine and chatting except we are not in the same physical space. But funny enough, the conversation is just as good. If you are not on voice chat, having good typing skills definitely are a bonus. The better you can type, the more words you can say in a minute. Good thing I can type as I usually have lots to say. There were lots of good conversations tonight with my new friends — virtual and real. I have met so many ‘night owls’ in the past 3 months. Then when I look at my clock, I see that the East Coasters are waking up soon. And they will say good morning if they see my FB on chat mode. Shhhhh…. can we tell them I am sleeping.
If you get a chance, go read Amanda Palmer. She has now written Internet Hatred – Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. My Amanda’s picture is now accurately on her blog site. As I am sharing her blog, I hope she is sharing some things of my Amanda and myself. Her links are on the Princess Snowflake Tumblr.
I am not sad right now. I am writing. It is so crazy because I never know when I will cry. This sort of reminds me when I was hormonal and pregnant a long time ago. Hope it calms down eventually. But as I said last night, I have learned that the grieving process and emotional rollercoaster can just continue so I/we have to ride it out.
Enough writing for now. I don’t want anyone to cry right now. I will come back later…
Remember to light your candles today for Amanda Michelle Todd (my PS)!!!
Hugz to everyone who cares for us!!! xoxo