Like I needed one more thing to log on to and remember my password for. I didn’t even know I really signed up for Facebook when I did. I got some email from a friend and when I clicked the link it took me to the homepage and asked for my email and password, so I plugged it in. Then nothing happened.

 I realize now that I was joining. And then I got an email from an old friend in Chicago, what’s the word, “friending”? Aaron called up to me from the kitchen, “Deborah, when did you join Facebook?” “I didn’t. What are you talking about?” “What am I talking about? What are you talking about? Come check your email.”

Yep, that’s how I guess it started. So if random people start getting friend requests, it’s intentional, I think I am doing it correctly. Aaron sat there typing in like everyone’s name he could remember from kindergarten, and with first and last names that amounted to like, . . . 8 people.  He told me to watch out, you never know when an old girlfriend from Barnum High might find him! he he he


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