Happy Birthday Twitter’s #AMWriting
I live in the Great Northwest in a small Norwegian fishing village in Washington State, population just over 8,000. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else, but sometimes I do get lonely for a larger community of writers. That’s where Twitter’s #AMWriting comes in. Anytime, any day, I can meet up with other writers working towards their goals. Through the hashtag #AMWriting, I’ve met new friends, networked, and created a space to be accountable–to others and to myself.
I’ve introduced #AMWriting to others, too. Meet Frankie the Fire Hydrant. She’s a cute little fixture in our town. She lives across the street from me where tourists often stop to take her picture. She loves to pose and has a hot sense of humor. Usually she wears a plaid scarf around her ample neck to protect her from our drizzly NW days. But in celebration of #AMWriting’s two-year anniversary, Frankie’s decided to doll up and join us for a day of writing. We hope you join us too. See you at #AMWriting!
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I love this! Hi, Frankie! 😀
And I completely understand the isolation thing. I touch on the same thing in my post at Gem State Writers: https://gemstatewriters.wordpress.com/2011/08/03/making-connections/
I love Frankie! She’s a sassy l’il thing, isn’t she? ;-D Thanks for sharing, fellow #amwriter!