Without sounding too allthat, I am so happy with the rep that Bring The Funny? She Can, is getting.
Seriously. There was a fantastic tweet last week that had me beaming: "Sold. I will follow all your recs from now on."
Thank you, and oh, yeah, how I appreciate that.
To do a feature on another blogger takes me a little over 2 hours of solid time. I read their posts, I skip around, I see what the comments say, I scour their tweets, I rearrange the info back over here.
It's solid time. And to know that people are really liking it, and really enjoying meeting bloggers they may not have come across, it's worth the time for me.
And blah blah blah, with all that, to say, Welcome! To Bring The Funny? She Can. A Thursday feature where I highlight a blogger I've been following that genuinely makes me laugh out loud. Not computer acronym LOL, but real life Funnnnnneeeee.
Today, please meet Melinda, from Finding the Humor.
Here, let Melinda tell you about herself: "I talk too much. Since everyone I know is tired of listening, I have turned to the internet to find a new audience. Feel free to turn the volume down if I'm too loud.
I began following Melinda about a year ago. What makes her so fun, just like what makes things funny, is the unexpectedness there. Her blog looks so sweet, and then you read her posts and it's stuff like this:
Soul Train Dancer Wannabe45 record I bought with my own money: Double Dutch Bus. Hold on, I have to sing a few lines…
…There’s a double dutch bus comin’ down the streetGood times.
Movin’ pretty fast, so kinda shuffle your feet…
I looked forward to Saturday morning’s Soul Train and danced around the living room and down a pretend line of observers cheering me on.
Yes I have done break dancing…sort ofOk not the spin on your head kind. A close friend of mine was (and still is) a rockin’ DJ who was a dancer in the only white break dancing group I knew of in the area. We’re talking the Grandmaster Flash days! There is a lot of pressure when your dance partner is that good, so I actually learned enough of the robot, cabbage patch, and running man to spoof them along with 2 other girls for a church youth group talent show. Strangely enough that never came up as a required skill in a job interview.
My kids wonder why I score so high on those moves on the Kinect dancing game. Shh…secret.[READ MORE HERE]---------------------------------------------
A woman as dorky as me. I love it.
Twitter? Need I even say ANYthing? Of course, look at this:
Sometimes the stars line up just right and a friend sends you a Wonder Woman swimsuit. Can't wait to horrify the kids!!