Thursday, June 25, 2009

I Tweet, therefore... I have too much time on my hands

I know, I know. How long has it been since my last post? Too long! Just busy as the school year winds down, work gears up, summer plans need to get in motion and horse continually puzzles and amazes me.

I got myself back to Tweeting again to keep something fresh on the page in between posts. So if you like to read about my progress or regress with Rugby check the Twitter widget on my blog page.

Hope the rain has stayed away from whereever you are (because all it seems to do here IS rain!) and you are ready for a good summer!

7 comments:

twhlady said...

Hi, Glad someone is getting rain. Here in the South we have no rain for three weeks and heat indexes of 106+. All that heat and no rain means dead grass and no pasture.

SolitaireMare said...

Hi twhlady! No rain for three weeks? That's ALL it has been doing here in the northeast! I would LOVE to send some of our clouds your way! With the humidity from all the rain it won't be all that much better when the sun does come out. Hot and sticky = icky!

twhlady said...

I know what you mean, my horses lovely summer pasture has dried up and they just keep looking at me with that very confused horsey look as if to say "where did all the grass go mom?" Here in Louisiana we get flooded all winter and have no rain in the summer.

What is your Twitter ID?

SolitaireMare said...

twitter ID is: SolitaireMare

Tracey said...

Oh, allow me to introduce you to Horse Tweet! Same as twitter, but for horse lovers. You won't find yourself with too much time as it'll all be sucked up into that little screen in front of you...

Mrs Mom said...

LOL everytime someone says "Tweet" I look for yellow feathers (think Tweety Bird flashbacks...)

Big rubs to Rugby. You might be forcing me to look into this Tweet stuff so I can keep up with what you are doing!! Although that Horse Tweet Tracey mentioned sounds fun.... hey would that be a Horse Neigh? (Dude I need more sleep!)

Jean said...

Apparently until the jetstream decides to move back to where it belongs, we of the Northeast will be rained on at nature's whim.

I think I'll go check out your tweets. *G*