My Funniest from 2010

It’s been a strange year in which we’ve lived in four different places, made a cross-country trip, and attempted to start a family, sometimes with hilarious developments in that process. So here are the moments that made me laugh the hardest.

Enjoy, and Happy New Year!

The Road Trip with My Wife, My Mom, and 25 Million Sperm—There’s family closeness, and there’s blatant lack of boundaries. Throw a needling FedEx delivery guy into the mix, and well, things got head-slappy fast.

There’s a Reason We Called It The Liar House—Our welcome note to the new tenants outlines everything that went wrong with our Walla Walla faculty home. Which was a lot.

You Sure You Want to Work for the Census?—Taking the civil servant exam for the Census was fraught with difficulty, but not on the test itself.

When at a Writer’s Conference, Be Sure To—I attended the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association conference this summer, and to be sure, a lot about it was funny.

Okay folks, now it’s time for you to share your side-splitting moments.

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3 Comments on “My Funniest from 2010”

  1. December 31, 2010 at 4:59 pm #

    I don’t have any side-splitting moments from last year that don’t involve being chased by the police–just kidding! I just want to say that I love your blog, writing and exquisite sense of humor. I hope you and your partner have a successful and joy filled 2011!

    • evmaroon
      January 1, 2011 at 8:42 am #

      That is so kind of you to say, Jason; thanks! I have also enjoyed reading your work, and I’m grateful to have discovered other writers in the Northwest like you. Have a wonderful 2011!

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