This morning as I was browsing facebook and seeing what various friends and family members have put on there it made me realize how different our lives all are. We are all experiencing life in our own way. One of my friends, yesterday, had posted a birthday message to her daughter who would have turned 27 yesterday - the 10th anniversary of her untimely death is coming up. Another posted a picture of him and his wife at their Christmas party for work. One of our friend's family has been living in Germany for the past nine months, they are soon returning to Utah, and are experiencing the bittersweet feelings of leaving something special behind and going home. Another friend had a fun day in NYC with her daughters yesterday, and apparently her car handled the snow really well. Then there are our granddaughters - one slept for five hours straight while the nearly 3 year old woke up at 3am, making mommy miss her sleep - and then her friends hijacked her facebook post about their cats. :) Then, there's Amy who won a free waffle at Off The Waffle! Yay!
Those are just a few of the people I listed about their facebook posts yesterday/today.
I am grateful that we all have our individual lives and experiences. We all have our joys, our sorrows, our adventures, our happy times - and we get to share some of those via facebook.