I have a Twitter account.
That means I can create and post my own stories.
The first story I created was an account for my dad, who had just graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy.
That account, “Funny Dad,” is now on the account of @DarthRey and has more than 1.3 million followers.
I then created another account for myself.
This one is “The Saxon Story,” which was created when I was a kid and has 2.2 million followers as of the day of writing.
I have not created a story for my son, who is now a junior at a military academy.
I’ve had several conversations with my husband about his new job.
He told me about the job, and how he’d been looking for a place to live when he was 16.
I decided to create a story that would capture his story of wanting to live in California.
I’d love to see how many followers I have.
In the past, I have had to limit the number of followers I’ve created for my own accounts.
I think this will help.
There are so many different ways to create content for Twitter, but the one thing I have found most useful is to keep the content simple.
I keep a simple profile picture and name and put my Twitter handle in the bottom left corner of my profile.
I also put my home address and phone number on the top right corner.
I do not use a profile photo for my account, which makes it easy to track me down if I go missing.
When I create a new story, I create the story as a tweet and then put it into my timeline.
This way, it’s easy for other people to see the tweet without having to scroll to my account to see it.
When you create a tweet, you can also choose to add the date it was published.
You can add a picture to the story to make it look more like a photograph or a screen capture.
You may choose to embed the story into your Twitter feed or post it to your blog.
Finally, if you want to make your account a little more user-friendly, you may choose a few different templates, such as using a picture of yourself or a picture that you’ve chosen to share on your profile.
You also can customize your story for the specific demographic or audience you are targeting.
For example, I could create a picture for a college student who identifies as a woman, and then I could also make the story more tailored for a man.
The next time I need a story, there will be more than a dozen possibilities.
I like the way Twitter looks at it.
But I do think it can be more user friendly and useful for some people.
For instance, a few years ago, I started a Twitter feed that I would share stories and updates with my family.
I would post pictures of the family and of the food I ate for dinner, so people would know what to expect at my place of employment.
I did not use the templates, so I would be sharing the same stories with my followers that I had shared with my Twitter followers.
When a story was shared on Twitter, it would appear in the timeline as if it had been written by me.
But there were many variations, such an image of a photo of me and a photo I had taken with my smartphone.
So, I added a new template, and now it’s a tweet that appears at the top of the timeline.
Twitter users are not the only ones who want more flexibility in how they want to share their stories.
If you want, you could create multiple stories for your account.
You could also create your own stories with a tag line, such that your tweets are not just a series of tweets that have nothing to do with your job.
You might say, “I am a writer for the military.
I love to write about my experiences.
I am an avid listener of podcasts and have a passion for history.
I will post my stories to my Facebook page whenever I feel like it.”
Then you could have different stories that include your military history or a different country, such a Brazil story.
It’s a lot easier to do these things when you’re only creating a story once.
If a story has a hashtag, such “Fantastic Stories from the Middle East,” you could post it alongside your tweets, making it easier for others to see what you’re up to.
I know I would have liked to be able to do that, too.
The templates that I have chosen to make my Twitter account are all simple and useful.
But if you are a writer who wants more customization, I recommend taking a look at some of the template ideas that Twitter offers.
Twitter’s Stories template allows you to create stories for the stories you create.
When it comes to the Story template, I don’t think you should change the