Amid myths and stories of people leaving FaceBook in droves, particularly young people,  of ten years of social networking, of my facebook movie lookback capturing all of life’s significant events in a one minute rundown of a hundred photos of the thousands posted in the internet oops, oops, oops, hang on, one long sentence? Too complicated for newspapers and social media.

Keep it simple.

Now you can look at a movie of your life according to FaceBook.

Facebook is ten years old so they made a movie of everyone’s life.

Now you too can look at your movie here:

https://facebook.com/lookback/ ‪#‎FacebookIs10‬

And look how nicely Facebook has told the world about you. In one minute. Very clever.

In my personal attempt to reclaim my own life and retell my own story, I’m reposting some of my life events here on my blog. Maybe one day FB will really shut down, or I’ll opt out, or it will be outlawed, or I’ll be too important to do such a triviality as facebooking. (Joke: I’m too busy living my life to get around to documenting all I do on FB, let alone follow everyone else who’s also on FB.)

Nevertheless, in answer to my son’s question about Marylands in Marysville, I’m posting first the link to the photos I posted:

My photos on FB from Marysville

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1311120731953&set=a.1007460260631.2002589.1048663667&type=1&theater

and

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1311120771954&set=a.1007460260631.2002589.1048663667&type=1&theater

And now that I’ve actually downloaded my complete FB file, I may as well just post those two photos here too.

Before the fire when I was young

Before the fire when I was young

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