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October 11, 2017

Have you ever met a friend by notarizing?

Filed under: General Articles — admin @ 12:50 am

I remember that the only friend I made as a Notary was made as an introduction. I went to a party and met a lady named Mona. I liked her, but she only liked me a little bit. She used me for favors, rides, etc. When you’re desperate you hang out with this type of chick. In any case, she introduced me to her colleague Ravi who was an accountant. He was pretty cool, so we started hanging out. He liked wine and good food, so we made it a regular thing until he moved to the East Coast.

But, my other Notary assignments were for boring people getting loans. Why is the world such a boring place. In fact, I remember very few people that I notarized. I remember Gary who was in jail for blowing up his apartment with explosives. I notarized his jurors too which was a huge coincidence. I remember Jeffrey the Chinese Attorney who loved the fact that I embossed everything. I remember my Korean contact who bought and sold massage places. She had me notarize an acupuncturist called Dr. Kwack. Of all the names a doctor could be named, the doctor was a quack!

I remember doing a Military Oath for a military guy, and an over the phone Oath to swear a Filipina lady into court in the Florida Panhandle. I got to talk to the judge — how exciting. And she cooked for me. Then there was a notarization for a large Chinese family. Yes, I got fed on that one too. Then, a notarization on the trunk of my car notarizing for the brotha’s who told me all about the names black people had. Oooh they got names!

Everything else is a blur. I don’t remember much. It was so long ago. I remember a few of my favorite signing companies.

But, if I could go back into time and change a few things, I would have tried to understand the process a little better and take more notes. I was not as disciplined back then as I am now about keeping written records.

What about you?

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