So, like with almost all of my blog posts this month, this one is CRAZY late. But it’s also good, because it gives me a chance to see if the damn thing works before I cast a net into the aether, and so far, it’s going well.
Ahh, Valentine’s Day, the holiday only some people can celebrate, while the rest of us pretend not to be bitter about it. One of the mainstays of Valentine’s Day, and indeed, romantic love as a whole, is the love letter. 💌
Ahh, the holidays. These days, at least in my household, it’s all Christmas carols, holiday movies, baking stollen and cookies, and frantically wrapping presents so they’ll look nice under the tree. That’s not too unusual. But I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the origins of Christmas and winter traditions, and how it’s all changed …
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