Now what?

When I shut down my facebook 6 weeks ago, I was nervous.  My blood pressure spiked and I broke into a cold sweat as I hit the “deactivate” button.

This past Sunday, Easter day, my younger sister said, “So, are you going to get back on facebook today?”


I wasn’t even thinking about it, and that made me feel good.  It turns out that some of the things I feel like I can’t live without don’t enrich my life as much as I sometimes think they do.  I’m going through a time now of really seeking God’s will about how to use my blog, my Twitter feed, my facebook, for His glory.  I’m excited about what I learn, and about sharing that with you.

So yeah, I am back on facebook now, and you can be my friend if you want to.  But I’m going to take it easy for a while, and maybe only check it every other day or so, just to keep myself under control, and from diving back in the way I dove back into coffee after the Great Caffeine Fast of 2007 (she says, as she pours her third cup).

Author: Faith

Faith Dwight is a photographer and a writer. She is a Southern American girl living just north of London with her British husband, Simon and their two halfling sons.

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