No Stress Address
Planning a wedding and sticking to a budget was hard. I addressed my own envelopes and wrote my own place cards. I received so many compliments and was told to start a business.
I grew up in Northeast Philadelphia. My father was a school teacher; my mother a homemaker. If my schoolwork was not legible, they would make me redo it. I learned REAL fast to write neatly.
When I was 28 years old, a tumble left me with torn tendons in my thumb. Part of my physical therapy was to write. I was fortunate enough to retain my skills.