I’m not the most tech savvy individual and I freely admit it.
Dominic was our resident tech advisor and among other things I lost when he was taken from us was my own personal “help” desk. Now I muddle through the best I can.
I’m also not too excited about exploring popular Facebook posts that purport to give you insider information. But I did check out a recent post making the rounds and discovered that FB DOES hide some of my messages.
I have no idea what kind of filter they use to decide what messages I should see and what messages should be sequestered into the “filtered messages” folder, but I wish they would just stop!
I found messages from MONTHS ago from mamas trying to contact me about my blog and many asking permission to share a post or to print a post and pass it along to another grieving family.
I was heartbroken that I didn’t receive these requests in a timely way and I pray that in each case, they decided to share anyway.
So, since I have no idea how to stop FB from filtering messages, I would like to make this plain: PERMISSION GRANTED to anyone who finds these posts helpful to share them.
As long as you make no changes, share them in entirety and cite thelifeididntchoose.com as the source, share away.
You can share one of several ways-there are buttons at the bottom of each post for FB, Twitter, and Reddit. You can copy and paste into an email or email the link. Or you can print them for physical distribution.
If you want to sign up to receive the posts in your own email, there is a link on the right side of each post inviting you to “follow blog via email”-this makes it easier to share a post via email.
If you have a WordPress site, you can follow through your own site as well.
Finally, at the top right corner there is a “contact” button-you are welcome to contact me anytime through email. I try to answer within a day.
I cannot bring my son back-but I can honor his memory by sharing faithfully what God is teaching me as I make this journey.
I am thankful and humbled that others find my words helpful.
If you know someone that might also find them helpful, please pass them along.