Joined 11 years ago from The Shire
I live in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. I grew up in a family where we told stories to entertain each other, especially funny ones. Most of them were true.
It has been my experience that the old saying is right -- truth really is stranger than fiction.
This is particularly true of the workplace.
People think I make up what I write in my "Funny Office" series, but much of it actually happened, which is why I now work out of my home. Here I have only one crazy person to contend with -- myself -- and as long as I keep her in strong tea and cheese she gives relatively little trouble, except for occasional strange postings on the Internet.
Contact me! I post on Facebook and Twitter!
Hire me! I work at Mary Strain Copywriting (StrainCopywriting@comcast.net)
Read me! I write CrazyFunnyBlog http://crazyfunnyblog.wordpress.com/2012/10/
18 months ago
Spanish themed wedding ideas. Ideas for the bridal party, venues, invitations, music and food.
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