Mostly True Memoirs
How To Be Fabulously Mediocre In One Easy Step
Last night at a Toastmasters meeting, Patty humbly called herself fabulously mediocre.
The fact that she used such a marvelous turn of phrase proves that she is anything but mediocre.
I told her that I loved that description, and I may steal it.
Meanwhile, Joanna won an award, and I told her I would take a picture.
But when I checked my phone, there was no picture of Joanna.
How could that be?
As Pam Beesly said in The Office, I may have overestimated my rectangle-pointing skills.
Joanna was kind and gracious and wouldn’t hear of any kind of apology.
Someone else had taken a picture, so she was covered.
I need a stunt double.
I need someone who can take care of all of that rectangle-pointing nonsense for me.
I guess this makes me a fabulously mediocre photographer.