A Warm and Fuzzy…Monster in Your Closet?

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Spunky ‘munks, several months ago I had the absolute privilege of writing a guest post for Deborah Bryan’s blog, The Monster in Your Closet.

I wrote this guest post for Deb’s series, For This I Am Thankful. Deb scheduled my post for December 2nd, which means it went up today! I’m very excited and hope you’ll check it out here: Life is Like An Empty Box of Chocolates (Because I Ate Them All).

Saint Deb

I’m in good company with the past contributors; their lovely posts have covered a wide range of topics woven together by their theme of gratitude. All are more than worth reading (you can do so here).

Many of you know Deb, but for those of you who don’t, don’t be misled by her blog title – Deb Bryan is currently in the running for sainthood. Her ability to encourage writers and build blogging communities rivals her ability to write kick-chipmunk-tail young adult novels. I recently read The Monster’s Daughter and you should DEFINITELY check it out! Deb is also the winner of my first video blogging contest, which is one of my favorite posts to date. (I’m not sure I could ever pick a favorite post of Deb’s, but this one is up there.)

In other guilty pleasure news, I’ve got lots of goodies to share with you over the coming weeks! Gingerbread may or may not will be involved. And don’t worry – I haven’t forgotten about my plan to bring back slap bracelets (mentioned in my vlog). Stay tuned.

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8 responses to “A Warm and Fuzzy…Monster in Your Closet?

  1. I think most of us have probably pretended to be a bit more highbrow than we really are! Me, I can’t get enough of the Real Housewives/Millionaire Matchmaker brigade.

    • I have become a master of the ‘smile and nod’ when I don’t want someone to know I have no idea what they’re talking about, ha! I LOVE Millionaire Matchmaker; that broad tells it like it is!

  2. You know, you usually fill me with warm fuzzies on a pretty epic scale (you know I don’t often use that heinous word, but it fits here!), but this? This is . . . whoa. LOVE.

    • ha! I use ‘epic’ sparingly, too, which is funny because I just used it in the opening line of my last post! LOL!

      I could write a million more posts about the awesomeness that is Deb!

  3. If you don’t bring back slap braceletes my faith in humanity will be lost.

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