A question from a follower who is just starting a blog.
hi, meagain, uhm i just saw that you had find some owl, and wished miss harper to see
them, i find some nice owls as well and would like to show miss harper. witch
way is the best? should i just uppload them on my tumbler, and then go to miss
harper and tell her to come and look at my page, thanks alot for you help in
Sweetheart, missharpersworld is one of the nicest
people I know on Tumblr and she does absolutely adore owls.
I think right now, you are not sure if you are really going to
have a blog - and that’s okay. It’s okay if you never really have one. There
are lots of people on Tumblr because they like to follow other people, read
what they have to say and enjoy their posts - but don’t have the time or the
desire to create a blog of their own. There is nothing wrong with that.
You can still interact with people on here, even if you choose not to
post things to your blog (as you know).
To send Miss Harper pictures of owls:
1) You can post them on your blog and
then send her a fan mail with the links. You can’t put links into an Ask, but
you can put them into fanmail
2) If you post them on your blog, you can also tag her. To tag
her, you type in the @ symbol and then start to type the rest of her blog name
until you see her whole blog name coming up in grey, hit enter and the whole
blog name will be there properly. This usually only works if you are following
3) You can decide not to re-blog them, but go to the blog of the
person who has posted them, get the link for the post and send Harper a fanmail
with the link or links
4) If they are pictures from other sources besides Tumblr, you
can submit the photos to her on her blog.
Hugs! And I know Harper will send you hugs too if you send her owls.
Now the advice I gave was obviously specific to sending owls to Miss Harper, but at the same time, obviously the same thing works for sending things to other people - such as sending me posts of kitties. If you’re new and trying to figure out how to do things here, ask!