If you're reading this particular communique, you're already painfully aware of the fact that I author a humor blog. But did you know that I also have a Facebook page. . . and a twitter account. . . a Goodreads page . . . an iTunes account. . . a Pin it Board. . . a recipe box?
I have posted, filed, tweeted, listed and stuck a pin in just about every area of my life.
So why do I feel so disconnected? So fragmented? How is it that I feel the strong need to mix my messages? Where can one unearth a platform to put my loves. . .my writings. . . my obsessions. . . .my purchases. . . all on one page - without announcing each move to the rest of the world?
I'm multi-faceted. Why can't my social media be?
I've never really been a fan of Facebook because I still suspect it's a wire service on speed. And I know it may seem disingenuous for a die-hard blogger like me who lays her life out for the rest of the world to see, but I simply don't like broadcasting every item I decide to "like" or every "friend" I make.
Do you really need to know when I post a new picture or rate a pizza place?
I think not. It's too boring for me. And if it's boring for ME, well I pity the poor folks who don't think that minutia matters. . .
HOW CAN THEY STAND IT???
But now if I were given a page where I could show you all the TOTAL hilarity that is me at only the time you decide to visit it . . . well that would be. . . well it would be. . . like perfect!
Stick a Pin in It.