|Day 7 of 31|
I am, perhaps, an over-poster on facebook. I put lots of pictures of my kids, videos, observations, etc. I like sharing since I have a lot of family that live far away. Recently, my 97 year old grandmother joined facebook and she loves seeing her great grandchildren who she can't see in person (she lives 400 miles away).
I wanted to put a picture of the car on facebook, it happened and it's lousy but it's also a blessing that my husband wasn't hurt. But my overriding feeling was not wanting people to worry, especially people like my grandmother and inlaws who could be professional worriers in their own right. I'm not sure if this action is right or wrong or somewhere in between.
Yesterday was a strange weather day, there was supposed to be a major snowstorm but it turned out to be mostly rain in my vicinity. The accident, though, happened during the 1 hour when it was actually snowing quite heavily. There was a lot of flack against the area schools for closing when the weather turned out to be
not so bad. But the thing, the superintendents are not weathermen and the weathermen are not omniscient. So, if we all end up staying home and no one gets hurt, it doesn't make for a very exciting story, but everyone is ok. If you let all of the buses and student drivers on the road, accidents will happen and it won't be so good.