It’s a Holiday Party and you’re invited! And it’s the best kind of party too… a Twitter party(!), where you can “come as you are” and don’t have to worry about laughing at the boss’s reeeally bad jokes or your uncle telling you the same story you’ve heard year after year (after year!).
Instead, it’s the White Cloud Holiday Twitter Party… the discussion will be great and the gifts will be just right! We’ll chat about all the ways to unroll your imagination this holiday and every 10 minutes a $50 gift card will be given away to a random participant. (See… I told you it wouldn’t be the same old holiday party!)
The party takes place TODAY, Tuesday, December 14, from 7:00-8:00 pm central standard time (please note your time zone: 5pm pacific, 6pm mountain, 7pm central, 8pm eastern).
Just follow the host @WhiteCloudMom and use hashtag #WhiteCloudMom to participate. You can also use this Twitter Search to follow the conversation or simply go to this Tweet Grid and enter your username (my favorite way to participate) and you won’t miss a thing, including your chance to win! The only thing YOU need to bring is your imagination…
So put on your fanciest outfit (or your most snuggly jammies!) and join the party!
(Disclosure: I am a White Cloud blogger. While I am compensated for my time, my opinions are entirely my own. White Cloud neither directs nor edits my posts, comments, views or opinions.)
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