I've been unfriended by a couple people. Seriously, it's no big deal. But I think when people are really busy, under some stress, dealing with emotional issues (such as me with my dying cat) and fighting illness (like me beating back this cold) that we tend to be less able to be reasonable about things like the 'unfriending' process.
Don't you agree?
For whatever reason, something that's clearly not personal suddenly seems to sting a bit... (sigh) I'm normally not bothered by it. (Nor am I bothered if I friend someone and they don't friend me back.) My usual attitude is 'whatever.' (grin) Life goes on -- and life is good.
And on the other hand, I've had people adding me, as well. So what's my problem? (grin) Moving on...
EDIT: And now one of those people has added me back, so I really look like an idiot, don't I? (yikes) Which just shows that my normal attitude is the right one!
In other news, I can't tell if Scarlett is improved, worse or the same today. She's upstairs in the window, watching the birds. But I don't think she ate more than a bite of food. (boo hoo)
For those who are worried, believe me when I say we won't wait until she's suffering terribly to do the right thing. I can't even list the number of cats we've had put down during our lives. We take our responsibility for our beloved pets very seriously! But as long as she's having predominantly good days, we're not ready to take that step. So it's a waiting game right now...
(And we want to give the shot a chance to work, if it's going to. So...)
I need to get ready to head to the office! I'm now officially behind schedule. (It figures! And I wanted to post those St. Paddy's icons!!! Damn it.)