Why I love Twitter: How I started a site that I’ll never forget
It’s been almost five years since Twitter shut down and I’ve still got a few posts and an inbox full of messages waiting for me to read.
But one of those messages is a message from my now-ex-boyfriend, who asked me to share some of his favorite Twitter moments.
So I did.
And I have to say, I’m a bit surprised at how many of them I actually remember.
And some of them were really funny.
But I think the best thing I did with the information I gathered on Twitter was write about it.
The first tweet that I remember receiving from my ex was a message he sent to me in January 2012.
In the message, he wrote that he was looking for a job, but he’d rather have an online presence than work at a real one.
That was the first time I heard about Twitter.
I thought to myself, I don’t have a job.
I’m looking for work online.
How is that any different from being a regular, regular job applicant?
It was a funny little story, but it wasn’t something I’d had the time to think about for years.
I was a young journalist at the time, and I was working at a paper that had some really big news stories that were coming out at the same time.
We had a lot of articles coming out on a lot, so it was hard for me not to be thinking about them.
My friend had been a senior editor at the paper, and he told me that he had to have a real job.
It wasn’t easy, but I figured it would happen eventually.
I started reading about the internet, and it seemed like a good idea to go back to work.
I had been working at the newspaper for four years, and my wife had been an editor there for a year and a half.
I felt like I could handle that, but after a few weeks I stopped reading about it and started looking for jobs online.
I decided to give it a try.
I started getting an email from an old friend of mine, and that’s when I knew I was on to something.
That’s when he sent me his list of questions about how I should start my online presence.
And the questions were so funny.
He sent me a bunch of really stupid questions that I thought, Wow, I have no idea what to do.
Then I looked through his email and realized I’d never had to think that way before.
I decided to write down my questions and try to answer them, but also to find some way to make it fun and interesting for myself.
It’s been a few years since I wrote my questions down.
I still remember what they were like.
But after I wrote them down, I had to start thinking about the way I should write them.
The first time that I did it, I was in a different place, and a whole new world was being created for me.
I thought it was a good way to start something new.