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October 03, 2013


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Be careful, however, that the exercise of your rights does not become a stumbling block to the weak.
1 COR 8:9. Heard this this morning and thought of you. Social media is such a double edged sword. I come to your site for the beautiful images and the strength of your words and the light of your faith. Don't snuff out that light. I am out here relying on you.

Hey there! i am just a complete stranger who enjoys reading your blog! I homeschool as well and enjoy looking at your pictures. You are very talented! I too struggle with the facebook thing. As of right now my account is deactivated. At times I just want to jump on there and see whats going on and post about the happy things in my life. Then i ask myself why is it that i have a need to do that. My whole family has facebook except my mom and dad and at times I feel like maybe im being ridiculous. I mean the rest of the world is doing it. However reading your post confirmed my feelings as to why I made the choice I did. I think its great for businesses and to catch up with old friends but unfortunately our sick world cant let anything be innocent anymore! I agree with you on your business part of it and I certainly dont judge those who have facebook! I get it! Its very tempting! I just have to make good decisions as a parent and right now this is one I really struggle with! Thanks for the post! I feel like someone else gets it!

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