Yes, Facebook can be very annoying with the constant changes, too many stories about who is playing what game and too many invitations to play with them, the occasional over the top political or religious rant, security issues and so forth. Even with the annoyances, I find a lot of things I "like" about Facebook.
I like that I got to see my son and grandson being goofy at a pre-season Broncos game last weekend.
I like that I got to see pictures from my friend Betty's vacation, even though she lives over 5000 miles away in Paraguay.
I like that I got to hear about my friend, June, who I haven't seen in nearly 30 years, having a home-made ice cream get-together with her kids and grandkids.
I like that I got to see one of my granddaughters going in for her first day of kindergarten moments after it happened.
I like that I got to see my friend Patty "enjoying" her Disney World vacation.
I like that I got to see two of my grandsons on their vacation to Colorado National Monument as it was happening.
I didn't like seeing this picture of my not quite 3 year old grandson, Beck, with his newly broken foot. It is currently in a splint, waiting for a cast when the swelling goes down.
I did like seeing that even a broken foot that he can't walk on hasn't slowed him down a bit.
Compared to most people I don't have very many Facebook friends. I don't put much on there myself.....I guess I would be considered a lurker, but I like the friends I have and getting to see these kinds of things that I like make a few annoying things not seem so bad.