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Lanna Lee Maheux

Seeks adventures in conversation. And a good time.

Job Programmer/Analyst|Podcaster|Performer / Lounging with LannaLee/Wicked Twisted

Lives In Westbrook

Lanna Lee Maheux is a speaker, podcaster, actor, geek, silly person, femme fatale, singer, lover, twit, and recovering Stand-Up Comic.

Her podcast Lounging with LannaLee showcases adventures in conversation, and has featured performers, comedians, musicians, writers, artists, photographers, geeks and business professionals. Its mission: to have great conversations with interesting and fascinating people from all walks of life. These adventures in conversation are presented to you in their unedited glory for your illumination, inspiration and amusement.
 
Lanna blogs (blags) every at her site, Musings with LannaLee Maheux, about her cats, her husband, geek stuff, her podcast, her family, and things she thinks are cool. Sometimes she does a video. In the spring of 2012, Lanna blagged about the worst time in her life, her father’s illness and death. Lanna keeps it real, but not too real. For instance, she swears a lot more in real life.
 
An award-winning balloon twister, Lanna’s balloon art was featured in Maxim Magazine, she taught at Twist & Shout 2004, The Best Balloon Twister’s and Entertainer’s Convention and was featured in the documentary Twisted: A Balloonamentary.
 
Lanna lives in Westbrook, Maine, with her husband, Edmund and her cats, Lenny and Squiggy Quinn.

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