M Stands for Maniac

Our kitten Moxie has become a full-fledged member of our household, and is growing up super quick. She’s not gaining much weight but she is getting really long. An experience similar to my own development period, so I can relate. Awkward times.

In any case, while I feel we’ve all adjusted nicely, there are a couple of issues that need working out. Bedtime would be first and foremost. Unfortunately, Moxie spends most of her time during the day in and out of slumber. She also has the desire to be near us at all times, which means at night when we are ready to rest, she’s ready to play…all around our room. Her favorite activity is kneading my hair. So, unfortunately, she’s gotten the boot more than once. I feel horrible, but our hope is, eventually she’ll learn that at bedtime, we don’t act like maniacs.

Luckily at DDA, we don’t have to give people the boot for acting like maniacs, though, we do find ourselves educating people on dos and dont’s quite often. As experts in medical marketing and healthcare communications and corporate advertising, we know what needs to be done to be successful, and what should be avoided. We often have people who’ve tried other vendors first, and when they didn’t get the results they wanted, they turned to us. DDA can help anyone navigate through the choppy waters of website design and development, custom programming, eLearning platform development, video production, search engine marketing (SEM), and more.

I just wish teaching Moxie right and wrong was so easy.