About this Blog

It’s funny.

If you like funny things, specifically hilarious diatribes about talking furniture, conversations with latte cups, or revelations about weird social phobias and childhood obsessions, then this will be funny to you. Stay long enough, and you’ll probably feel better about any moments of insanity of your own, and you might realize that you’re not the only one who can’t speak in public or make a wish on your birthday.

In short:

  • Funny things.
  • Twice a week.
  • And there’s badly drawn pictures, which can also be funny in kind of a sad way.

About Me

My name is Lisa. I might seem like a normal person, with a normal job, where I act like an adult most of the time. But my family and my husband know better. They know that I spent my childhood making people call me Cinderella and barking like a dog at strangers in supermarkets. And they know that I just barely restrain that urge these days.

When I’m not being totally ridiculous, I occasionally go to work, cook, and try not to suck at yoga. I’m also editing a book manuscript, which I will not force down your throat, and which I have effectively quit working on since starting this blog, because blogging is way more fun than editing a book.

Oh, and if you’re wondering about the blog title, this should clear things up: The story about the blog name.

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11 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Lisa. It looks like you haven’t been blogging recently (I also took oh, a year off myself, totally understand) but I so appreciated your comments when I was blogging about my infertility over the last two years that I wanted to write. I finally, at age 39, on our last-ditch effort of gonal-f and iui before we sank our life savings into IVF, got pregnant. So I started a less bitter, but equally as snarky blog about this phase. I’d love if you’d check it out and consider following me or even passing it on to anyone you think might enjoy it. Thank you! http://latebloomingbelly.wordpress.com/2014/05/03/i-sing-the-song-of-my-maternity-pants/

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