FaceBook Faux-pas


The wonders of sharing on social media! It can either be a blessing or bite you!

As most of you know I share quite a bit of your stuff across the social media platforms that we have available to us. This is one of those cases. I reblogged Kims’ tribute to her mother because, one. it gives exposure to Kim’s Blog and two, her mother was so beautiful, not only that for when I came to a sentence in an interrogative form, “Can I make it through this post?” I resonated with that as a reader on her blog. It reminded me when I wrote the tribute to my own Dad. I too wondered if I would make it through it or just put it aside.

Kim_tributeAnyway, I shared Kim’s tribute on Facebook in hopes that it would get some likes and possibly re-shared. The re-share did not happen, but it got several likes. In fact, it got 11 likes in total.

A few were from fellow Bloggers, but the majority of the likes came from my personal friends and one comment from my Aunt Cris that made the likes spread like a wildfire.  My Aunt Cris’s comment. “You truly had a wonderful mother. I thank the lord above that I got to know her.she gave me such good and loving nephews. Luv ya.” After that one comment, it generated likes. I did not have the heart to inform my Aunt Cris who is up there in her age and on an assorted pain medicine for Neuropathy, vertigo to name two ailments that she suffers from.

Moral of this little post, although we may try to get our fellow blogger recognized, know that it can backfire.

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4 thoughts on “FaceBook Faux-pas”

  1. You are indeed correct Michael, and a kind man, I just noticed you have a Pet Peeve and general rants which I am going going to click on in minute…Me I love a rant cos when I have my opinionated head on in the words of my hubbie ” get your tin hats on” ha ha…. Have a nice day 🙂

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