Could this be a comeback?

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This morning, I posted the following thought on Facebook: “I think I am going to start blogging again. And with that mention – my stomach became filled with butterflies.”

Could this be a blogging comeback for me? Is it possible that I will dust off the cobwebs of my blog, open the curtains, and once again let the world read my words? Do I even have words worth reading?

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Project 366: Day 359 A Christmas Wish

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Today’s photo is not a photo but a series of photos put to music. For the past several weeks, Joe and Charlie have been listening to “A Christmas Together, John Denver and the Muppets“. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, I recommend you purchase this CD. Every song on the CD is full of delight, right down to the song “We wish you a Merry Christmas” and the verse, “Now bring us some figgy pudding”, which Ms. Piggy hears as “bring us some piggy pudding”. Good times, readers. I promise.

I hope you enjoy this song, “A Christmas Wish”, sung by Kermit the Frog. The sentiment has no boundaries, and it is my wish to you. Because I believe a big part of Christmas is love, I wish you, regardless of your background and/or belief, a merry Christmas.

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BlogFestivus 2012 :: Part 9, The Finale

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BlogFestivus 2012: a seasonal short story writing challenge.

Blogdramedy’s writing challenge ended yesterday. I’m late to the finish line, but I am crossing the finish line. That’s what matters most, right? (Please nod your head accordingly.) If you haven’t already, please access the links to the other writers who rode on this joyous reindeer train. You’ll find the list of links at the end of this post.
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BlogFestivus 2012 :: Part 8

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BlogFestivus 2012: a seasonal short story writing challenge.

Blogdramedy’s writing challenge ends today. I am now only one day behind! Yay me! I hope to finish this adventure tomorrow, one day late. That’s not so bad, right? As I said earlier, I appreciate your patience. I also appreciate you overlooking any typos, which I am finding and fixing the instant I notice. As always, please access the links to the other writers on board this joyous reindeer train. You’ll find the list of links at the end of this post.

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