Facebook: Inger Wicks

I love Facebook! It is, as you must already know, a social web site where members can find old friend, make new ones, share photos, blog, join causes, play games and many other activities. This is all made possible by a powerful API, clean interface and sensible privacy policy.

Yesterday I reconnected with Inger Wicks, one of the hottest girls from when I attended Palmer Junior and Senior High Schools in Palmer, Alaska. It has been fun to talk about old friends and to see the directions our lives have taken the past twenty years. I even dug up some old photos which I scanned and posted to my profile.

I also reconnected with several missionary companions from my years serving in the Massachusetts Boston Mission. There’s even a group for that. 🙂

I’ve also added family members who live far away and with whom I’ve lost contact.

This morning a girl from college, with whom I was madly in love, added me as a friend. She has four kids!

Facebook is a wonderful way to keep in touch with the people we care about, past and present. I’ve long felt happiness is all about relationships. Facebook allows us to bridge time and space to stay in touch with family and friends. I love it.

3 Replies to “Facebook”

  1. I have to agree with your comments about Facebook. Where else can you catch up with so many people at once? With everyone going different directions and in different stages of life it’s so nice to have one place to do an update which lets everyone know what’s going on.

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