ust like any netizen of the world, I love Facebook. Who else doesn’t? Except maybe those who have not yet signed up for it since it was founded 14 years ago. I like looking at the photos of family members, friends, classmates, former co-employees and acquaintances. I am sad when I learn of the death and misfortune of people known to me.
Through Facebook I get connected with classmates that have since moved on to another place. Indeed these are interesting times in today’s world. As a Facebook user nobody tells me what to share and what to post and I check into my account anytime I want. I just want to be part of a global community of users and I don’t want to feel “ancient.”
It is in Facebook that I reconnected with classmates Lourdez Garces and Edith Tancongco, both based in the US. Facebook is also the platform where I can monitor my grandchildren Christian aka Sam,