Hello friends! I hope all is going well in your little area of the world. 🙂 We are all doing great here. Little mister is well on his way to crawling and I’m just scrambling to keep up.
Before I head to the features, I wanted to mention something.
We all know that when we joined fb, we agreed to terms and conditions that we didn’t read. I knew what they were though. Basically, any and all the information and photos I shared there belong to fb. They can use my info in any way they wish.
I knew this and didn’t really like it, but still sorta went along with it. Now I have a small son to think of and have set myself a mini goal. Be off fb by the end of this year. Most likely this will include my page and everything.
In talking with several other Christian/Natural living bloggers, we have noticed a trend. Facebook now censors posts that have anything to do with faith or alternative health. In that fb will not show that post to our fans, alternative health is really taking a hit.
We’ve found another social media site that we really like. No cookies, no tracking info, our information is ours alone, and the terms and conditions are short and easy to read. Now, I don’t know what the future of this social media site is, but I plan to see it.
Want to join me? Have a place where your photos and information belong to you only? That being said… Instagram is own by fb. Pretty sad to think about because I love ig.
What do you think? Are you disturbed by the idea of your photos being used without your permission?
Okay, enough doom and gloom. Join me at MeWe and own your information!
Now for the features!
Children are a Blessing has always been a blog I enjoy reading. Today I want to share a post she linked up titled The Importance of Accepting Sisters in Christ. I totally agree with her. We may not always see things the same, but we are called to love and accept each other. Check out her post for a great read!
Are you a frigid wife? At Faith Like Dirty Diapers, I read The Walls of a Frigid Wife are not Built in a Day. Her story is sad, but has a great ending.