Why, you deactivated your account!
November 28, 2015 12:45am CST
This post is for a lady who was a fellow bubbler and who is also a text mate and dear friend.You deactivated your account on Face Book. My mobile phones still bear your avatar of half of the wing of a butterfly, and our conversations are not deleted. Maybe you want to make a new one? How about the pictures you placed there? Have you saved them? What do you do if a friend suddenly deactivates his/her account and you are caught in surprise? Isn't it nice to have a communication with this person and thresh things out?
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• Green Bay, Wisconsin
28 Nov 15
I haven't used Facebook at all this week and maybe once last week. I hope she saved all her pictures so she has them and didn't lose them. Facebook to me isn't what it used to be when I felt I needed to be there every moment of every day. Funny, I feel that way about myLot now. But with myLot there seems to be more integrity among the users than there is with FB and maybe your friend is feeling the same way.
28 Nov 15
I don't know we will get to know when our friends have deactivated their Facebook account. I know there are people deactivated their account because they think the have spent too much time in Facebook and they hardly put it a stop. Perhaps by deactivating the account, they can concentrate on their daily life and not keep checking up Facebook status for a period.
28 Nov 15
This happened to me. A Malaysian friend of mine deactivated his account for some time. It was during the plane of Malaysia disappeared while on flight. I messaged all his other social media accounts, even a person who has the same family name as his. I messaged all the circles of that person ( who I assumed to be his relative). I was so concerned something might have happen to him. Then after few weeks, I got a harsh email saying.. Hey stop stalking me! Stop stalking my brother! He is a private person and you're leaving messages everywhere on our accounts. I deactivated my FB because I wanted to live a real life. BUSTED. I guess too much concern and curiosity would sometimes lead us to trouble.