We’re not the best at Twitter. (But we’re working on it.)
We have good intentions to tweet (we do!), but when it comes down to it, we don’t know what to say. Funny, we can ramble with the best of ’em here, but can you please let us know: what do you tweet that you can’t just say on Facebook? Is there a difference? That is, aside from the character limitation? Burning questions, we know.
In any case, while we may not be so verbal with the tweets, we (or, um, I) do enjoy reading what you’re up to. (Follow us @TeamYBH for radio silence – with lots of cute puppy snaps though!) The other morning, minding my own, I stumbled upon these earrings by Faz Jewelry, tweeted by Victoria. Not only did I buy them right away, I picked up 2 pairs – one resembling Libby, and one resembling Miss Maddie, of course.
This was right before we left for the PNW, so imagine my excitement when they were waiting for me upon our return! Are there cuter things in this world? Another tough question.
Our living room is still in tweaker-mode, there’s fresh paint on the walls and a chair waiting to be upholstered (bare naked window, too), but these earrings? Blogworthy, no doubt.
So while we may not be the best tweeters (is that what it’s called?), we thank you for your well-rounded, very informative tweets. Keep them coming. But seriously, what to tweet, what to tweet?
Love those little earrings!
I feel so old saying this, but I don’t understand Twitter. Seriously, isn’t that why we have Facebook? Instagram I get, but Twitter, not at all.
You’re not alone….I’m lost on the whole tweeting thing too. Let me know if you figure it out!
Those earrings peaked my interest so I checked out her store. Turns out there is a pair that looks EXACTLY like my sweet old cat that I had to put down last month. I stopped wearing earrings four years ago and figured the holes were all closed up – nope! So I just ordered a pair. What a coincidence!
I kind of loath twitter. I feel like its just a compilation of every dull activity that people are doing or thought that runs into their heads.