If you’ve been listening to the show, you may have heard a story or two from our favorite call-in storyteller ,Tammy,. She tells such great stories and is so much fun, that I decided it was time to call her and have her tell me a few more of her crazy stories… and boy did she, and reminded me of a few of my own!
But before we get going, I’m going to play you a little bit of the conversation Tammy and I had beforehand, so you can get to know her and maybe myself a little bit better. Tammy lives with a multitude of chronic health conditions and yet has one of the best attitudes, I’ve ever come across … and she and I get real here about what it takes to live through super tough times and how not every how in the hell did I get here moment is about laughter, sometimes it’s tears and that’s okay, too… The sister I mention is Erin of the Ex-Lax Episode.
So today we have tales of a possessed barista, crazy waitresses and a confused cashier (that would be me). But first you’ll hear from Tammy about the time she was employed at a little coffee shop called Starbucks and then it’s my turn to share some funny memories from Bridgeman’s Ice Cream Shop.
Quick note, this episode includes swear words.
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Produced by Kim A. Flodin and features Tammy (find out more about her at A-Grateful-Life.com)
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