Monthly Archives: December 2013

Wishing You a “Duck Dynasty” Christmas

A few years ago, if someone had written the words, “Duck the Halls,” you would have assumed it was a typo. Today, however, there’s a Christmas album out by that title from none other than “Louisiana’s most unlikely millionaires,” the … Continue reading

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Wishing You a Holly, Jolly Christmas

We are celebrating Christmas each day for the next week with short stories and memories about the Christmas season. Today we want to wish you a “holly, jolly Christmas.” When you hear someone wish a “holly, jolly Christmas,” your mind … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist

Taken from http://heartofthematteronline.com/confessions-of-a-recovering-perfectionist/ As a writer, I’ve been encouraged to strive for that ever elusive idea of ‘perfection’ in my writing. I’ve been taught that every word should be viewed as valuable, every sentence re-worked until the least offensive combination of … Continue reading

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