Are you a Twitter-er? A Pinterest-er? An Instagram-er? Then insta pin your tweet on over to our new social media accounts! We’ve been on Facebook for a while now, so if you don’t like us yet…well, what’re ya waitin’ fer?
Our social media links:
Facebook – for frequent updates during berry season!
Twitter – yes, we’ll follow you back!
Instagram – a picture says a thousand words!
Pinterest – browse through the recipes we think would be great with our berries!
You can now communicate with us through any of our social media accounts, or you can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text us at 918-261-9003.
So I’ve known about all these social media thingamabobs for a while, but I figured it was time to get Huldy’s Farm into the 21st century. I swear it sounds like I planned it like this, but I really didn’t! Honest! Here’s how it went down.
It’s Monday. The start of the work week and a good day to get all signed up across the internet. So that’s what I did. I started with Twitter, and after I signed up, it showed me trending hashtags. The first one was #PiDay. I’m nerdy, so I like things like Pi Day. But it didn’t occur to me until then that it was March 14. Pi Day.
Let’s just say I’m not very good with dates. I remember once being in downtown Tulsa and seeing some booths being set up for some sort of festival, and my first knee-jerk reaction was: yay, it must be time for Mayfest! It was an unseasonably warm day in January. But January, nonetheless. There is no Januaryfest.
Anywho, considering my clumsiness with calendars, I thought it was quite appropriate that our social media presence (past Facebook) was established on Pi Day, unplanned.
The only bad thing about Pi Day: it’s not during berry season! Do you still have frozen strawberries and blackberries from last year? I don’t – but the season is starting soon! Maybe one last clamshell of grocery store strawberries, just to tide me over. Bleh.