At a time when the world needs smiles more than ever, a lone cowboy has emerged to save the day!
Tim Send is the head of security at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. When the novel coronavirus hit, everyone was sent home to work remotely, leaving Tim in charge of their social media pages.Twitter
“Hello, my name is Tim, and I am the head of security for The Cowboy,” he wrote in his first Twitter post. “I have been asked to take on the additional duty of social media management while the museum is closed. I’m new to this but excited. My team will also continue to protect and monitor the museum. Thanks, Tim Send.”
Savvy Twitter users were immediately intrigued. After all, it’s not every day that we meet an actual security officer roaming the halls of an empty museum.
Not to mention, he signs every single one of his tweets with, “Thanks, Tim,” which is just plain adorable. Of course, Tim was just getting warmed up!Twitter
He began wandering the halls and sharing pictures of his finds online. His tweets read like he’s talking directly to one person instead of the world, and many of them include references to his grandson Lucas and good old Seth from marketing.Twitter
Clearly, he’s figuring out this social media thing as he goes along, which is something most of us can sympathize with. But when he started sharing his Google searches on accident, the Internet collectively lost it!Twitter
Tim still doesn’t fully understand how hashtags work. Initially, he spelled the word out instead of using the # symbol, which is about as wholesome as it gets.
When people starting clueing him in, he owned up to his mistake and did his best to up his game. Still, the learning curve is steep.Twitter
So close! He’s getting better at this Twitter thing every day, but let’s not confuse him by adding any new social media platforms.
Oops… too late.Twitter
That’s not the kind of TikTok they meant, but we appreciate Tim’s effort! Speaking of effort, check out what happened when Seth from marketing suggesting showing off their selfie stations.Twitter
We were really hoping to see Tim in that selfie, but hey, this works!Twitter
He is the breath of fresh air the world needs right now! Just knowing this kind soul is walking around the cowboy museum makes us happy. Thanks for the laughs, Tim!
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