How to write a good d’Day paper, according to a former boss

When the boss told me, “Do you need to do a paper tomorrow?”

I thought, Oh.

Well, I can probably get it done by then.

But that’s a little early.

So, I did what I usually do.

I wrote a paper.

I sent it to my colleagues and my boss.

Then, I went to the office and took a deep breath and said, “Okay, we need to have a paper.”

I said, If you don’t want to write it, don’t.

“And they were all like, Oh, that’s fine.

I was going to write one.

But then I realized, Oh!

This is where we’re going to have to change.

So instead of writing a paper, I made the decision to put together a paper on how I want to spend my d’day.

Then I went back to my boss and said “Hey, here’s the paper.

If you want to take it down, I’ll write the rest.

“And then we went back and I wrote this article, which I feel like I should have written years ago, but at the time, it was a pretty big deal.

I just realized, I’m not doing d’ Day, and so now I’m doing paper, which, you know, is probably a little bit too ambitious for me.

So that’s when I thought of writing my own paper.

So I did a paper at a different paper mill and it took me two months to write.

It was very different from the one I did.

But I realized it would be a really good paper.

After I had it published, I sent the paper to a couple of different publishers and I got a lot of positive feedback.

I ended up having it published by one of them, and I’m like, Hey, I’ve made a paper!

And I’ve also been very proud of it.

It’s been a great experience.

But in the end, it is still a paper and I just have to make sure it’s actually a good paper, because I don’t know if it is.

And that’s how I went about it.

I didn’t realize how much my paper could change.