Gonna ramble around a bit here....
My love / hate thing with Facebook and Social Media is ever evolving more toward the hate side of things.
|One of the last times before I knew I had cancer|
I really don't have a whole lot to say on the subject, other than, it's very hard for me to be reminded, by seeing actual posts and comments from my Facebook, on how life was b.c.
Even now at seven years out.
I keep thinking I'll turn the "Memories" thing off on Facebook. Can you even do that? (Ooooh, just learned it has filters that will filter out people or dates of your choosing!) And that I'll just delete Time Hop from my phone for a few months. But then I don't. I look. It's like, I have to. Like when people pass a bad car accident. You look to see what carnage is there, and then sometimes wish you could unsee what you just saw.
And I think I'm that way with these stupid apps. I have to try to remember the feelings.
I don't know why.
But then, I've kind of always been this way, even before technology took over our lives. I always have kept a pretty detailed wall calendar & will, from time to time, go back through them & just remember when.
I know why there wasn't anything in there from this day in 2009, that's for sure.
On this day in 2009 (June 24 at the time of my typing this), I was having an ultrasound of my breast and being told to come back tomorrow for a biopsy.
And Time Hop or no, I will not, can not, forget it. It's stuck in my brain like it was yesterday. Why can't chemo brain lose that memory for me?
Anyway...just a rambling musing.
Let's (not) do the Time Warp again!