In another article I wrote about a father and daughter notary team. But, what about a father and daughter notary event? What would the activities be?
ANNOUNCER: Now, it is time for the embossing contest. Which team can emboss the most amount of pages in living wills?
GIRL: Don’t those have about 60 pages per document?
GIRL: I’ll try and I hope I LIVE through it otherwise I will need a living will.
ANNOUNCER: Actually then you will need a dying will.
GIRL: Oh, I’m dying to get one of those.
FATHER: Honey, I don’t think you need one of those quite yet. You just turned 18 and are only on your first commission. You won’t expire yet unless you get hit by a truck on the way to an Affidavit signing. Hey, it happens. That is why I got you a car with airbags.
GIRL: Isn’t my father great?
ANNOUNCER: Now it is time for the refill the notary stamp with ink competition. Ready, set, ink up!
GIRL: This competition is so messy. I wish I could skip it but it is such good practice. I might need to do this in real life.
FATHER: Might? You need to do it every year if you stay busy.
GIRL: I’ll stay busy. I’m on the database for 200 low-balling signing companies. If my price is low enough, they will work me into the ground and then not pay me.
FATHER: Sounds like a good long term plan… not! Make sure they pay you before you do anything more for them.
ANNOUNCER: Now it is time for the jump on the notary stamp contents. You make a giant stamp in this twenty foot long piece of paper.
FATHER: I’m so out of shape. I really need to get to the gym more.
ANNOUNCER: This is just like a gym and will get you in shape. Do jump to stamp daily and you will lose a pound a week.
GIRL: Okay, I’m jumping… how was that stamp? Oops, I bet the county recorder won’t like that one. I hate having to stand on this giant stamp.
ANNOUNCER: And the winner of the day is Jack Stampman… great name for a Notary by the way.>