In other news, I'm really enjoying the Sunday Social link-up! It's so much fun to see the answers people come up with for the questions. Plus, if I'm being totally honest, I like having the questions to answer instead of generating my own idea for a posting topic. So this week's questions are all about the internet. Answer the questions yourself and link up to the social - would love to know your thoughts!
What is the first website you log onto each day?
Facebook. It's an addiction. If I'm too tired to do that then it's usually Baby Connect, which is how I keep track of Isaiah's stats for eating, diapers, activity, meds, etc.
Give us some funny websites you go to that we need to know about.
Pinterest or Facebook? Why?
Facebook. While I like Pinterest and think it has it's purpose, if choosing between the two then I'll go with the one that allows me to see what's going on in the lives of my friends and family instead of the one that sucks my soul through the screen as I spend hours alienating my other responsibilities just to look at pictures of crafts and DIY projects I'll never do.
Twitter or Instagram? Why?
Instagram. I love the filters and seeing what my friends are up to through pictures - they're worth a thousand words, you know. :)
Favorite YouTube video - post it!
So a warning for you all that this video has some pretty foul language. This guy drops the f-bomb like nobody's business, but... the story he tells is so damn funny, I can't help but laugh 'til I hurt.
Biggest online pet peeve?
When people "share" or "like" images people post that attack Christians and/or Christianity. It doesn't bother me that people have their opinions. My pet peeve stems from the fact that the majority of the people sharing and liking these images spend about 5 seconds reading the text, share/like it because it's radically modern, and don't spend the time to actually see if what it says is true or not. Have you ever actually read the Bible, or at least the parts the message is referring to? Do you understand the difference between the Old and New Testament? Do you realize that the Levitical Laws you use as a way to make Christianity seem stupid and outdated are, indeed, outdated because Christ became the ultimate sacrifice and many of the laws or no longer necessary?
No, probably not. I mean, how could you with all those intelligent memes to like and spread? Bleh.