Monday, April 6, 2015

A Salute to #wschat

A Salute to #wschat

It's been three years
since Not Bob
introduced us to
the Twitter chat.
Many of us thought,
"What's that?"
Now, I can tell you
what it has become.
A "woohoo" when you
share good news.
Commiseration for
the rejection blues.
Laughter, especially
from the back of the class.
The option to wear or
not wear pants.
A chance to sit in
on author interviews.
Watching the same movie
and tweeting your review.
Time for us
to get together,
talk about writing,
learn to get better.
Happy Anniversary, #wschat!
Remember, we have
 the list if you need a name
for your cat (or band).

Thanks to Janice Sheridan for this week's Wordsmith Studio Creative Prompt: Homecoming--Our 3rd Anniversary. Click on the prompt link to learn  more about Wordsmith Studio. Thanks to Khara House for the anniversary badges!

Weekly #wschat Twitter chats are held Tuesdays at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m Eastern time. You don't have to be a member to join in the chat. Just search  #wschat to find the chat feed and include the same hashtag in your tweets.

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10 comments:

  1. I love this, Michelle! Thanks so much for being there for #wschats each week. It is one of the best parts of Wordsmith Studio.

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    1. Thank you, Elissa. I'm always happy to see you there.

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    1. Thanks, Joy. Above all, the #wschat's are fun.

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  3. Great poem :) Hoping for many "woohoos" to happen in the WSS community!

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer. We love those "woohooable" moments.

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  4. I enjoyed your poem, Michelle. What a great way to pay tribute to our anniversary! One of these days I will make it to the chat. But you reminded me that I could do a hashtag search and follow later.

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  5. Thanks, Romelle. I hope you can join a chat sometime soon. Remember, when you read through the feed, you're welcome to make comments and add to the conversation.

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  6. Love the poem!

    The last couple years I've had trouble getting in on the chats due to work schedules but am gonna keep hope alive and see if I can attend more.

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    1. Thanks, Kiril. We'd love to have you join us!

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