This morning I've sent out, from my personal email account, a message updating everyone about my leaving Twitter. I inadvertently sent them as group emails, forgetting to do a "BCC", or blind copy. My apologies, as I try to be vigilant about using the BCC. Again, my apologies!
This tweeter will not be singing a sweet song on Twitter much longer. A favorite saying of mine is, "It's been real; it's been real fun," however, now I would have to phrase it a bit differently "It's been real; it's been not particularly fun."
I did learn a little more about hashtags, however, didn't use them much. It seems there's an over abundance of time wasted just to use all the @ and # ... I might as well send someone an e-mail.
My preference would be to have a better manner in which to locate a particular person or page. Yes, there is some kind of categorization that can be done, but from what I read you can find it, access it, but you cannot tweet ... hello?
The access and utilization of the various functions of the site, I feel, could be made simpler to not be such a time waster. I probably spend more time doing that, than tweeting a comment.
Retweeting can be a bit overwhelming, for me. I realize the site is built upon 140 characters and retweeting, and that's all well and fine. It's just gotten to be a bit more than I want to take on right now. My time will be better spent working with my own websites.
I enjoy learning new things, although I am a slow learner. Being a lover of words and challenges with them, I truly do enjoy the expression of a thought in 140 characters or less. Having said that, my obsession for proper grammar suffers.
Thanks for the ride; I am glad I took time to at least experience what Twitter is about! I learned a lot and came in contact with hundreds of people, worldwide. Thank you. ~nrl
Inventory this week; yikes! Nearly every evening I'd come home, chill out a bit with a heating pad (all the reaching) on my shoulder, wake up about 3 am, get up shut things off, and go to bed. Ugh . . . but my part timer and I work together well and managed to get it all done. Normally, I work one Saturday a year - off the hook this time.
I have no desire to own a retail business with so many small items to count. Also, if I owned a retail business, I don't think I would choose December 31st as my 'fiscal' year-end. Around the holidays you end up with one of two things: not enough product to sell, or an over abundance of product that may or may not sell, before inventory time rolls around. Just me . . .
Merry Christmas, daughter dear (fashionably late)!
Who is this little girl?
I am . . .