Middle son finished his ten grade exams over a week ago – then there were a lot of trips to his basement “studio” to film this new feature presentation. If you watch it and enjoy, can you click Like?
I noticed this week that when something went well, it was easy to share. Well, mostly. My blog workshop at the Highland Park Public Library went quite well – you can see the slides from the talk below. In fact, Val scheduled another blog workshop for a summer afternoon – Monday, July 22. I’m hoping perhaps a teacher or two might have time to attend a summer daytime workshop. I also got selected for a new website; the proposal had taken me a week to write up. But in that case, I won’t be doing much sharing in public until there is actually a website to show for the work.
There were a few events that didn’t go so well. As they involve family, I will only hint at what happened. One involved Father’s Day. A few original plans fizzled and unhappily so. I only shared the giant cookie that my daughter decided to make toward the end of Father’s Day. Then there was a volunteer project that could have gone better. It left in me in a rather bad mood. That’s all I will say about that one.
On Social Media Sharing – what do you share?
Do you find that you are more apt to show the good stuff in your life, thus giving the perhaps false impression that everything is going well? Or do you pick and choose from both good and not-so-good? Do you have a way of writing up the less than pleasant events without sharing incriminating or accusatory details?