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I Heard You Had Nothing Better To Do

…What’s that?

…You’re impressed that I tore myself away from the seven pounds of macaroni salad I made last night long enough to write a blog post?

Me too!

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In between carb orgies and dry heaving every time I check my 401k balance and/or the news (thank god for John Krasinski), I’ve kept my quarantined self busy here in central Oregon by…

…Creating Oregon Trail: The 2020 Edition.

…Trying to convince my friend Sarah to go into the mask-making business (look at this beauty!).

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Sarah and I met wearing even less fabric than this.

…And launching my new humor writing course!

That’s right! You no longer have to weep each Wednesday when you reach the end of my blog posts. Now you can spend SIX WHOLE WEEKS bathing in all things comedy with yours truly. Or maybe you just want to be online BFFs while we ride this ‘rona thing out, and you’re willing to pay for it. That’s cool, too.

I was pretty excited when one of my favorite former professors, Kris Tucker, reached out to ask if I’d be interested in teaching a humor writing course for her Creative Writing with Kris series.

“I’ll have to think about it,” I said.

My only demand? Making the promo code “COVID19.”

If you know anyone who might want to use this unexpected downtime to hone their ha-ha’s, please share!

Gotta run. This macaroni ain’t gonna eat itself.

I love you so much. Please stay safe and healthy.

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And gorgeous.

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How are you keeping busy while CRUSHING THAT CURVE?

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4 thoughts on “I Heard You Had Nothing Better To Do”

  1. The only curves around here are my hips… and they’re currently crushing the hell out of my sofa cushion. Macaroni salad? Amateur! I made a cinnamon streusel coffee cake and ate it in 2 days. If obesity is a factor in surviving Covid 19? I’m doomed.

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