Without Words

There are times in life when you find yourself thrust into circumstances that leave you … without words.

At this moment in my life, that is exactly where I find myself. 

So, until I can manage to get my feet back under myself, I will be sharing a few oldie, but goodies from the Cow Pasture Chronicles Archives. I hope you will stay with me as I try to figure things out.

 I hope to return with fresh posts and a whole world of new words, soon. Until then, thank you for being such wonderful readers and fence jumpers.

Hold your friends close and your family closer as you celebrate Christmas and may you have a wonderful New Year. 

I’d love to hear your comments. Talk to me. Tell me your story. I’m all ears and look for me on Facebook Page  at SheilaMcIntyreGood, PinterestBloglovinTwitter@sheilamgood, Contently, and Instagram. You can follow my reviews on Amazon and Goodreads.




FaceBook is Changing Public Sharing With WordPress

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If you’ve followed the news, the stock markets, or for that matter your Facebook account, you have already noticed something wrong. Is there ever. I won’t go into all of the details, suffice it to say, I’m close to shutting all of it down. I’m sure many of you might feel the same.

Now, WordPress must make changes. So, in an effort to give you some idea of what and how to address these changes, I will give you some bullet points, links to fix, and what I’m doing.

Starting August 1, 2018:
  •  third-party tools, like Publicize,  will no longer share posts automatically to Facebook Profiles.
  • This includes  the WordPress. com tool that connects your site to major social media platforms ( Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook).
  • Any Facebook Profile connected to social sites will no longer share your posts to Facebook.
  • if you have a Facebook Page connected to your site — all your content should still appear directly on Facebook via Publicize.
Don’t know the difference between a Profile and Page? 
What You Can Do:
  • If you want to keep your profile and still your followers to see your posts, you have two options.
    1. Once you publish a new post, copy its URL and share the link in a new Facebook post.
    2. The other option is to convert your Facebook Profile to a Page.
    3. Review and change your social sharing settings at My Site(s) → Sharing on WordPress.com.
    4. to share your concerns with Facebook,  head to their Help Community to comment.
What I am Doing:

Currently, I have two Facebook profiles. One profile is for family, friends and the second profile is focusing on writing and those friends and acquaintances interested in all things writing.

  1. To make things less confusing, I have taken the following steps. I will keep, for now my personal profile to stay in touch with family, friends, and social events within my communities. Politics of any kind, disruptive, or disrespectful comments, post, cartoons, or related will be blocked from my site. This is a personal , social, and family site. I will keep it that way or do the following: delete the offending post, meme, etc or delete my site entirely. The phone works just as well, if not better.
  2. I’m converting my second Facebook Profile, previously used for  writers, authors, and writing information, to a Facebook Page.  It may, however, not transfer all followers, so if you get another invite,I hope you will accept. Again, this will be a page related to all things on writing. Pictures or post related to family should be shared on my personal profile. Family is welcome to follow but keep in mind this is a page dedicated to authors and writers. And, the same policy on politics, stated above applies to his Page.
My Facebook Addresses and Links:

Change is never easy, but sometimes necessary. So, check out the new page and if you’re not on it, send me  a request!

What do you think about all the changes?

I’d love to hear your comments. Talk to me. Tell me your story. I’m all ears and look for me on Facebook at SheilaMcIntyreGood, PinterestBloglovinTwitter@sheilamgood, Contently, and Instagram. You can follow my reviews on Amazon and Goodreads.