So I planned to show you today how we decorate our small(very small!) apartment. I plan my blog posts a week ahead of time to keep things moving along since I do have a full-time job that doesn’t include blogging but that isn’t what this post is about.
On my commute last night I was thinking about all the fun date nights The Mister and I had this year. The Darkness, our staycation at The Verity, endless Blue Jays games and movie nights. I couldn’t help but smile. These are all date nights I’ve blogged about or posted on social media. They were a LOT of fun but honestly? They weren’t my favourites. I won’t blog about the date nights that we’ve had SO much fun that our cheeks hurt and we find ourselves closing our eyes, trying to solidify the moment deep into our brains so that we can remember these moments even in our old age. I won’t blog about the times The Mister makes me laugh so hard I inevitably fall off the bed.
In our extremely social sharing society, I find this to be even more important. I understand wanting to share really funny moments or brag about exciting moments. Sometimes I have to stop myself from wanting to share that story or post this photo because some things are just to sacred to share.
So tell me, do you feel the same way about social media? Are there things you won’t share?