This was one of my favorite songs to get me through the tears and indecision.
Yes, breaking up is hard to do. It was then and it still is. Okay, I know that you are thinking "wow, Laura you have been having a steamy romance and you haven't been sharing it with us?"
I'm afraid the romance I am talking about now is Facebook. I started a Facebook page for my business a couple of years ago. I worked diligently on it. I posted, I followed, I got more than 2600 followers, and then Facebook got downright snarky and mean spirited. They put me out there all on my lonesome.
|ok, my name isn't Crystal, but I know just how she feels|
They looked at their multi billion dollar bottom line and decided that if I wanted my followers to see my posts I needed to start forking over some dough. Why would I want to take the time to post to my 2600 followers and find that only 21 of them saw the post, and why do I suddenly have to pay? I call foul. I feel that they have trifled with my emotions. I think a bait and switch has taken place and I don't like it.
So what is a girl to do? Do I break up with them? Do I remain friends?
The love affair is definitely over, but unlike when I was a teenager and could move on to boyfriend number whatever, I'm not sure who to move on to. Hmmmm!!! Pinterest is kind of dreamy, Instagram is just like that cute new boy who moved to town, and then of course there is Twitter who has hung around for years carrying home my books.
Well. I may not be ready to completely break up with Facebook, but my eye is definitely wandering.