Post # 1
Every time I’m zen and sensible and calm about all the reasons our time is not yet I go onto Facebook and there’s another announcement. Like literally after I’ve just thought “gee it’s such a lovely period with all the anticipation”
Then I turn into a sulky brat
Only for a moment though…sigh
Post # 4
@Brownbear23: I’m with ya on that one! Another bee here (I think it was VeryBerry) had suggested after my first post that I go on a vacation from Facebook and I’m happy to report it has helped a bit 🙂
Post # 5
@Brownbear23: Waiting is hard:( FX you get a proposal soon!!
Post # 6
@little_d: thats the thing before summer next year is gonna be it and I know that and I’m happy enjoying this period…..I think I just get jealous for a sec that the excitements beginning for someone else right away and I wanna fast forward to our moment if that makes sense??
Post # 7
@Brownbear23: Get off facebook!
Your time will come, just hang in there!
Post # 8
@Brownbear23: Totally makes sense! I think the same is true for a lot of life’s big events- you enjoy the moments leading up to the event, but you also can’t wait for the event! Wedding, pregnancy etc
Post # 9
@Brownbear23: I was in that position for a while. But now I just think “who knows how long SHE’S been waiting?!”. The time will come, I know it 🙂
Post # 10
@Brownbear23: FACEBOOK IS EVIL. No seriously… There are studies showing that people who spend more time on Facebook tend to be more dissatisfied with their own lives. The issue is that your ‘friends’ only post their happiest moments so comparatively your life appears to suck. For instance your friend who got engaged this morning isn’t posting that she and her boyfriend (now fiancée) argued for the last 3 months and she paid for half of her ering (not that there’s anything wrong with that) to get to that happy post this morning. Or your friend posting pics of her looking at wedding dresses couldn’t even fit into the sample sizes until she finishes her Pre-wedding diet. I know I’m being mean about them. I’m just kidding to help cheer you up. BUT I may not be that far from the truth. Love your life. Facebook isn’t real life. Trust me, my Facebook profile is thin, always has good hair days, vacations constantly and has an adoring boyfriend who she is delaying getting engaged to because her career and friends take up most of her time.
Post # 11
Yeah I know the feeling. A friend on facebook who i graduated with just got engaged. Most assumed they already were because they are living together but whatever. It’s not fun seeing others but whatever, my day will come soon enough