Filly on Facebook

September 1, 2010

I know, this image is the opposite of being on Facebook, and much more enjoyable. BUT I am here to talk about social networking. This has been hard for me to embrace. I don’t totally get it. Maybe it’s because I’m 36. Maybe it’s because I’m reserved. All I know is that I have avoided anything more than a shallow relationship with the site. But Filly is ageless and outgoing and so she has started her own Facebook page. I spent the morning with my dear friend Ayni receiving a Facebook 101 tutorial. I hoped nobody could hear us at the table next door. And then I heard them talking about Facebook and friends and links and I didn’t feel so silly. Facebook. Facebook. I really want to see that movie coming out that explains how this whole phenomena got started.

Anyway, it would be cool if you wanted to go to the Filly page and “Like Filly”. I don’t know, Ayni said I didn’t need to explain it. You would already know what to do. Okay, I feel totally out of my comfort zone. Bye.


2 Responses to “Filly on Facebook”

  1. Sarahbeth said

    Dear You,

    We were meant to be friends. We were meant to meet when we were 10 on a floaty deserted island. There was a lot of sand and hammocks in trees. And a tea party set up with teacups carved out of coconuts and lots of frosting. We played in dresses we hand sewed out of big leaves and got a tad sun-burnt. As we grew up, the leaves grew with us and we kept our raw simple fun and fanciful child-like spirit – and we always turned our heads and made consternation wrinkles at things like “facebook”.

    A gal you haven’t quite met – yet.

  2. modaspia said

    hi emily – i’m sort of dropping in here on an unrelated topic but i used to be in TCF too a few years ago..since gone solo, much freedom and progress ensued for my little business and just a better feeling about the whole thing in time.
    anyhow, just wanted to tell you i very much like your last collection. it’s sort of old fashioned but very modern at the same time. and sweet. keep up the good work!
    your friend who’s not on facebook (yet, ergh – i don’t know about it either actually)


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