Thursday, November 18, 2010

The Retweetables: I Quit

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I'm bored. No, not really. I'm never bored. I just don't have the drive to continue on with my weekly Twitter posts.

Maybe it's because I'm not on Twitter as much as I was when inspiration struck and The Retweetables was born. Or it could be that I would much rather be doing something else than blogging about Twitter.

Whatever it is, I think it's a good thing. I'm feeling stuck in a rut, but also sense a transitional phase coming on, yet I'm still not sure where it will lead me.

Any suggestions? What would you like to see here?
Comment below, tweet to me (@OhioDanielle) or email me (scrappindanielle at gmail dot com). I would love your input.

Before I go, I wanted to share a few of my favorites...The Retweetables:

Halloween Edition
Meet my serial killer daughter. Three years ago, my sweet little four-year-old wanted to dress up as Scream and I let her. Afterall, she refused to look at other costumes and insisted on this one. So, I HAD to make a scrapbook page. Read more...

9 Scrappy Tweets
Why do crafty people have to tweet such good stuff? Tweets like these are why I'm addicted to Twitter: Read more...

A Recap and Farewell
Tweeter. Twitterer. Tweet. Retweet. Mention. Reply. Direct Message. Hashtag. This is Twitter talk. If you are not familiar with Twitter or want to learn more about it, Read more...

Layout a Day in May (#LOAD)
May has been a scrappy month. Every single day this month, I have created a scrapbook layout, photographed it, uploaded it to Flickr and then added it to the Layout a Day gallery for LOAD. I have learned that I: Read more...

Things I've Learned on Twitter (Although it's not a Retweetable, it's my favorite Twitter post)
Blogs are not personal diaries. A year ago I would have told you that blogging is not for me. My life can be full of drama at times and my reaction to it can be a bit comical, but I'd rather keep that information to myself and not share everything with the world. Read more...

Thanks for stopping by Snap.Scrap.Blog.Tweet!

3 comments:

  1. I can understand where you're coming from. My tweets have gone through several phases, from strictly personal and protected to more public and scrapbook oriented. But truth be told, I'm not over there much and when I am the visit is brief. Wondering what this will eventually lead to, like you.

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  2. Sue - Yes, Twitter phases! I've been through many too. I mostly tweet from my phone and was checking Twitter often, but over the past few months, I'm not on as much...oh well. I really need to focus more on creating rather than tweeting.

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  3. Creating rather than tweeting - I'm with you there! And quite honestly, I get far more inspiration and information people's craft blogs.

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