I am feeling so much pressure to join Facebook. But I am reluctant for so many reasons. Some having to do with the CIA (I am, after all, the President of the Paranoid Club!) and some having to do with the fact that I still view it primarily as a forum for young adults and high schoolers.

I feel it belongs to my children. Facebook was new when my two oldest went off to college. I still feel that it is theirs and that I would be infringing. I think it's great for other adults. I am just not comfortable hopping on there yet. And even if I do...I will never ask my kids to friend me!!!

Here's why, http://tinyurl.com/ldlp3y

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Comment by Deanna S. on June 2, 2009 at 4:06pm
Hi,
I am on Facebook because my daughter and some friends and family are. All the young people in our family have added me as a friend so I am able to keep up with their lives. It is fun to see the pictures they add and the comments they make about their day. I think if you play it safe you would enjoy using Facebook as a means of communication.
Cheers,
DeAnna
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