Hide Your Face(book): Installment 1

August 24, 2014

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This is the first in a series of installments where I broadcast the crazier status posts that appear on my wall from the collective dynamic known as my Facebook friends and family.

Let’s get at it.

The mom who’s not too impressed with the local playground:


Needless to say, we’ve had a lot of rain recently. If you didn’t already notice the hashtag she included, you better look again.


My dad who still doesn’t quite understand that I’m not looking at the same wall that he is just because we both have Facebook.



This is how I imagine his thought process working as I try to explain to him why I haven’t seen that one video on Facebook yet.

FB walls are hard


The constant reminder that I live in Nebraska.


Oddly enough, this is from a guy I graduated high school with who now lives in California.


The constant reminder that we’re not the only state who takes their college football seriously.



Another high school friend, but she bleeds black and gold…and is set on making sure her kid does too.


The mom who doesn’t give a crap about what other moms think of her.


Because she needs a drink. And she needs it now.


The friend who thinks I desperately want to know this.



I’m going to go out on a limb and guess my hippie name is still Heidi.


The person who assumes everyone is going to read more than just the headline.



I kinda feel like she should know more than that.


I freaking love Jimmy Fallon’s Hashtags segments on The Tonight Show. I only hope that Hide Your Face(book) becomes a worldwide trending topic in the coming weeks. If I’m being realistic, I hope this post generates double digit likes.

Written by Heidi Woodard


12 responses to Hide Your Face(book): Installment 1




    I say this with 0% snark: this is freaking genius.


    Reblogged this on Running Off at the Mind and commented:


    WRONG. Your Hippie Name was Breeze. And since I feel you desperately want to know this, my Hippie Name was Melody. I know I should have posted this to FB, but was afraid the FB “algorithm” might have hid it from your news feed. I know your day thrives on the imaginary names of others.

    Keep up the great posts, Breeze!
    Your Friend,
    Peace. Love. And Facebook.


      I feel like Breeze adequately describes my thought process for most of my blog ideas. Not as in “easy” as much as in “comes and goes in spurts.”


    This was pretty awesome Heidi! I think I could have very similar themes if I went through my facebook wall.


    Omg I love your dad! haha That’s exactly what my dad would be like on FB…. if he actually had one!


    You forgot the endless pictures of recipes that no one has actually ever made before … 🙂