My name is Joy.
I live in Maine.
I've never met an exclamation mark I didn't like.
Sometimes I host impromptu dance-offs in the middle of the street.
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Gentleman Caller: I got you an amazing Chrismukkah gift. It’s the best gift you’re ever going to receive.
Joy: Is it a puppy?
Gentleman Caller: No.
Joy: Is it TWO puppies?
Gentleman Caller: No. You wouldn’t really want me to get a dog without you and then make that dog stay in a box while you unwrapped it, would you?
Joy: That is EXACTLY what I want for Chrismukkah.
Happy birthday, Mr. Vonnegut
The morning after the wedding, the couple took their respective clans to that Southern icon, the Waffle House.
“It was not my kind of food,” confessed the groom’s mother, Ruth Harrison Sibson-Windsor, who was making her first trip to the United States from Canterbury, England. “But the service was friendly.”
There is nothing I love more than reading Vows on a Sunday evening. Where else would I learn that Elisabeth van Lawick van Pabst-Koc is the name of a real human who lives in the world?
A real human wrote these words.