Tuesday, June 26, 2012


I've never really got it, however I started to make some more bread today, and as I'm doing it following the advice that I got from so many of you lovely folk, I was going to write a post as I went along.

Then I thought "Oh I could do a live thingy on Twitter".
Then I thought "Oh I don't have a twitter and I don't even know how to work it"
Then I thought "How hard can it be?"

Not hugely, it would seem.

First thing I realised is it's not a twitter! And Lloyd was laughing at me because my first attempt at linking it to here didn't work, nothing appeared, and I was looking at the laptop all sad saying "but I did a twit"
"it's a TWEET" he said
Dunno how he knows all this stuff, it's not like he's got a twitter!

 Anyway, ourweefarm is now on twitter and there's a live feed thingy down the side. If anyone wants to chat on it that's cool, but I have no idea what I'm doing so we could end up with a right fiasco! Then again, we don't know till we try.


  1. Good luck Laura. I don't know how to do it either. You put a smile on my face with this post. xxoo

    1. I can just tell it's going to be either very addictive, or something I never use again after today!! (I'm veering towards the addictive)

  2. I noticed your breadmaking tweets. I went to sign up to congragulate you but it got too tricky and I should be working...will try again later!

    1. I think I've created a monster! I'm just typing willy nilly all over the place! Such fun! :)

  3. Laura's Mum8:41 pm

    Even I know you 'tweet' on twitter!
    'I've no idea what I'm doing' sounds more like me than you!
    How's jury duty going?
    Will you be able to web cam this week?
    Love to both

    1. Mum you do know what you're doing! You even have facebook now! Thankfully I didn't get picked to be on the jury. Huge sigh of relief!

  4. Im organising a Social Media for Farmers forum on Aug 29th in Wellington under the PICA.org.nz banner - feel free to come along and listen to the rural NZers doing wonders in the twittersphere!

    1. Oh that sounds really interesting! I won't be able to make it down to Wellington - but you could tweet what's happening?! xx


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