Here’s the straight-up truth:
We get an endorphin rush like no other when we hear from you. Do you know how cool it is to send our words, our images, and all our thoughts and feelings about home out into the internets–and then know that real, live people care about them? And have their own thoughts in response to them? And sometimes feel strongly enough about them to pass them on to their friends?
If you don’t, it’s awesome.
So, yes, we love to hear from you and connect with you. Here’s how you might do that:
We love comments on our posts with your questions, ideas, feedback, and suggestions–we read them all and almost always respond. (One upside of being a smaller blogger is that we’ve got time to do that.)
If you want to chat more privately, you can drop a quick note in our inbox:
We’ve both got day jobs, but we respond as quickly as we can.
Maybe social media’s more your thing?
There are so many outlets, and so little time. We’ve picked just three that we think we can keep up with:
You can find (and Like) us on Facebook.
We always link our posts to our FB page, and that’s a place I try to share small tidbits of stuff that don’t warrant a whole post–often links to great resources that I can’t stand to keep to myself.
You can follow me (Rita) on Pinterest.
I do not exploit the full power of Pinterest. I know it, and I’m OK with that.
I use it to bookmark posts and articles that I think I’ll really, truly reference in the future. I also pin all of our posts on our This (sorta) Old Life board. If Pinterest is your thing, this might be a good way to follow us and keep up-to-date with new posts.
And last because it’s (currently) least, you can follow me (Rita) on Twitter.
I’m trying to embrace Twitter. Really, I am. I suspect that it’s not my thing. I just don’t know if I’m a 140 character girl.
But I get on there somewhat regularly, and I always Tweet our posts. If Twitter is your thing, please follow me and show me the way. Maybe if I had a bigger Twitter pool, I’d feel more like diving in?