What would happen if social media was alive in the 1930s? I often wonder how our great-grandmothers managed to successfully raise a family during an era when many lived without electricity, running water, and modern medicine. Mostly, I wonder how they survived these hard times without social media! When something amazing happened in their lives, did they just shout it out the front door? Did they send it in a telegram? What the heck is a telegram anyway? Looking back at their already unfathomably difficult lifestyles, they really could have used Facebook and Twitter. If they did, what would their Facebook wall look like?
ABOUT KRISTEN: Kristen is an unfiltered train wreck, wife, and mother of three boys. After obtaining a degree in Business Administration, she opted to have babies and stay home, never even picking up a paper copy of her diploma. She recently published her first novel, The Unbalancing Act and created the blog, kristenlynnwrites. After seven years of staying home with her kids, she turned to humor and writing to help manage her crazy. So far it seems to be working…well, most of the time. She is completely obsessed with her children and can often be found playing Minecraft, or Skylanders, and considers herself a “master builder” of Legos.
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