Thursday, December 22, 2016

Where you can find me...

Dear Friends - you may have noticed that I haven't posted since May of 2016.  I find myself without the kind of blogging these days that I once had.  And, social media like Facebook and Twitter make it easier for me to use one click sharing and comment only when I want.

One of the reasons I don't have time for blogging is that I've taken on the responsibility of the new website.  It is in transition and changes are likely coming.  What you see now is a temporary site.  I strongly recommend adding your email address to the field in the upper right side bar so you will get an email each time there is a new posting.  This includes news about orchestral Masses and other Grotto happenings.  Visit the parish site to also find Assumption Grotto in social media.

I may post here in the future, but there are no immediate plans.  If you want to follow my postings, I recommend you follow me in Facebook.  There is no need to send a friend request since there is an option to simply "Follow".  My postings are public so this should suffice.  I have been getting many friend requests - hundreds that I have not gone through.  I got burned by people with less than friendly intentions soon after accepting friend requests, so I stopped arbitrarily approving.  If you know me in real life, or were someone I corresponded with in email, drop me an IM in Facebook and I'll look for your friend request and approve.  I still periodically try to go through some and approve, but these will be limited.  I'm not interested in having as many friends as possible; I'm interested in friends who share interests and aren't friending me to make a pitch or scam me.

To a much lesser extent I am on Google Plus, but far less gets shared there.  My Twitter account is still active, and that can be found in the upper sidebar here.

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