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Thursday, April 18, 2013

I can't believe I...

recently created an official Pink Stripey Socks Facebook page for my blog.

This was a pretty big deal for me.  You're probably thinking "Who cares? It's no big deal.  Everybody uses social media nowadays."

Urm... well... confession time- you're talking to the girl who's been hiding under a technology rock for the past couple of years.  I don't twit tweet.  I just got a personal Facebook page last October.  (I know, I know.)  And since we're airing dirty little secrets, I might as well let you know that I don't own a smart phone   or a texting plan.

I know.  *Gasp*  I'm a technological dinosaur.  Rawr!

But ever since I chose the word "try" as my word of the year, I figured I should try this newfangled social media thing out.  I really love blogging and crafting, so this seems like a nice way to connect with others and grow as a blogger.  I'm not going to lie.  I'm still nervous about creating the Facebook page because it means that I'm putting myself out there and I'm taking this whole blogging thing more seriously.  Will everything just end up blowing up in my face?  I don't know.  Not sure.  Hopefully not.  But I just have to try and see where this adventure leads.

Does this mean that you'll soon see me twittering twitting  tweeting?  Urm, probably not.  (Those hash tags really scare me.)  Or, does it mean that I'll start texting and get a data plan?  lol! omg no way :)   Baby steps, my friend, baby steps.

And since we're nearing the end of this post, I just wanted to upload this cactus doodle because seeing faces on cacti just makes me smile.



(Psst- Special thanks to Kira at Her New Leaf blog for providing lovely free social media buttons and clear, easy-to-follow instructions.  They were perfect for a techno-phobe like me.) Pin It

24 comments:

  1. Yay, for Pinky Stripey Socks Facebook Page! It must have been scary to make a Facebook page for your site, but I must say that it's a great idea and I'm glad that you "tried" and succeeded. Waaahhooooooo!!!!! : )

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  2. Just followed you! I know the feeling, I just made my FB page for the blog a couple of weeks ago because everyone seems to have one! Keep trying! I am sure you will conquer twitter soon!

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    1. Thanks Paula. It's really scary... But also good because now I feel like I'm part of a community.

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  3. Yeah!! I'm on it! Your drawing are truly the best of the best :) So proud of you!!

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  4. Love the cacti! so cute. Going over to follow you on facebook :) Good for you, trying new and scary things!

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    1. Thanks for your support. So far everyone's been really nice... so I'm really thankful for that.

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