FB Year

thBy: Susan Bea Good

I’ve been busy! Keeping up with holiday schedules has been a full time job. This month I double scheduled two parties. At a Christmas program I positioned my Spanish class song board easel in front of a tripoded-camera, ticking off a home school mom. And I wore two different trouser socks to church last Sunday. Other than that, it’s been a pretty smooth month…but it’s not over yet!

This is Saturday morning, a time when I usually connect through the social media I’ve neglected all week, and await my husband’s return from breakfast with our daughters. He always brings me a Chai from our favorite local coffee shop. In fact, I hear the garage door opening now…

So, I’m checking in on my Facebook page this morning and finding that I have my own “Year.” Interesting! I don’t know how FB accomplishes this without my input. The pictures in my Year appear in random order, rarely making sense, and include a photo of the burning NY Twin Towers.

I made a small effort to investigate how FB does this, checked out a few friend’s Years, and came to the conclusion that there must be dark rooms full of eastern hemisphere children randomly arranging our pics and tags into this forum.

I’m not putting much value on this review of the year. Instead I’ll spend time next week recalling, as honestly as possible, how I spent the past twelve months. As always, I’ll hope to do better in the future.

“Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring.” (Proverbs 27:1/ESV)

The purpose of this blog is to encourage Christ-followers to see God’s Big Picture and be a part of it.

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