Hi! My name is Amber, and I started this blog because I talk too much. I’m a Toronto girl who works in telecommunications by day and devours pop culture by night. I started this blog in the Spring of 2012 as a way to unwind after spending the day in Corporate World. You can read the whole story here.
Inspired by the wise words of Ingrid Bergman – “A kiss is a lovely trick, designed to stop speech when words become superfluous” – Words Become Superfluous is a place to collect the sights, sounds, and words that stop speech for me. I also write about my talented photographer sister, my imaginary boyfriends, and what’s been on my tv screen lately.
(I should pause for a moment here to mention that one of these imaginary boyfriends is, in fact, a very funny and talented real-life writer who hosts a blog along with a couple of other very funny and talented boys. And they very kindly let me call their blog my online home away from home once in a while. And don’t ask me how I got away with that one, because I haven’t figured it out either).
To share your thoughts with me, you can click on any of the Contact icons over there on the right, or of course, say hi in the Comments. I can’t wait to hear from you!
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About this blog design: I created my “Words Become Superfluous” header using Pacifico font and the handy dandy site www.pixlr.com My blog is built on the Fresh & Clean theme and designed by me, with huge thanks to Kira at Her New Leaf for the fabulous design tutorials.