I didn't know it at the time but at the end of the day, I decided to buy in.  I actually paid somebody to review my blogs and who tells me what I should/might do for social networking concerns.

Me and my 60+ friends (LIKE  - as in Facebook) were introduced to him in Napa, CA about six weeks ago.   So I decided to take the leap and I hired Travis.  There's no time like the present to hear what you don't want to know.

Everything is done by email, Monday through Friday.  I throw a question at him, nearly on a daily basis, and he answers or throws one back at me.

I've made some changes on the blogs, and you may have noticed them, if you read my posts.  If you don't read them you do not exist in that part of my world.  I think he has some good ideas and he sees everything from a 'reader', not a 'writer.'

Yesterday he suggested I put a FaceBook connection to my biz page on my work blog, The Second Story.  Hmm, that sounded easy.  I looked it up on the internet.  Hmm.  There seem to be some fine answers there.  I played the video from two kids who work for FB.  Yes, I mean kids.

Here is what I learned in the "How to: Add Facebook Connect to your blog in 8 minutes." :

'Arguments' are not people fighting.  It has something to do with computer code.  'Span' is not the way the Golden Gate Bridge is.  It has something to do with computer code.  'Attributes' are not positive qualities about people.  It has something to do with computer code.  UNLIKE.

Here's my solution.  I'm going to take my 'attributes' and 'arguments' and throw them across the 'span' of the Golden Gate Bridge.  Then I'm calling my son, who will fix the Facebook thing for me.  Now that is a big 'LIKE'.

Live richly,



  1. Hi Marilyn,

    Thank you so much for the mention! I'm glad you're able to have a sense of humor about all of this! You're doing great so keep up the good work. :)

    Have an awesome weekend.



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