Hey, Happy Anniversary

Hey, Happy Anniversary

As I hopped into bed after a day of Church and hanging out with family, my wife leaned over, kissed me on the cheek, and said, “Hey! Happy Anniversary!”

Like most guys, I hesitated for just a second to internally think this potentially awkward situation through. Wait? Did I forget our anniversary? No! That was earlier in March. Whew! But if that’s the case, what anniversary is she talking about?

“What anniversary, honey?” I finally said out loud.

“For Edit This®,” she said with a surprised look on her face. “It’s been four years.”

She was right. Apparently, I had mentioned the upcoming anniversary of my writing and editing company a day or two earlier, but naturally, I forgot when the day came. And who could blame me? It fell on April 1, the same day as Easter and April Fools Day.

“Oh yeah,” I said. “Thanks! It’s been a fun ride so far.”

I’ve been a writer and editor for a little more than 20 years, but when I went off on my own four years ago (April 1, 2014), Edit This was a very small, niche thing. I had no idea if it would catch on. Well, through the grace of God, my dream company has grown beyond my wildest dreams – and we’re only four years in!!

So, what is Edit This? Edit This is a writing and editing services company in Denton County. I help small-business owners find the right words to communicate with their customers, and I do so in a variety of ways, including blogs, content writing for websites, press releases, and so much more.

I also do a ton of freelance writing, which ultimately led to an opportunity to team up with Murray Media Group. From what you will be able to see from reading through the remaining pages of this magazine, they clearly keep me very busy.

I enjoy getting to meet and write about business owners and residents in this community, and I can’t wait to tell your story next. We hope you enjoy reading this month’s magazine. If you’ve got a story you’d like to see, send me an email at steve@murray-media.com.

In the meantime, thank you for all the love and support over the years. The future looks bright!

Steve Gamel
Writer & Editor


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