day twenty-five :: merry christmas While looking at lights this year: Husband: Ugh. Crack house Me: What on earth are you talking about?! Husband: That house with blinking lights. It’s the international sign for “we sell meth” Me: That is … Continue reading
day twenty-one :: guest post :: one chocolate, three treats Kelly offered to do another post for me and naturally I jumped at the chance. If you missed her first guest post, go back and see it here … Continue reading
day nineteen :: guest post :: a curried christmas and tidings of great joy LC makes hats (in which my baby looks adorable) and scarves and other pretty things. She is also a beautiful writer; she is beautiful, she’s a … Continue reading
day eighteen :: guest post :: homemade hot cocoa mix & homemade marshmallows Today’s adorable post is from Julie at A Sweeter Thing. She’s adorable, hilarious, and a wife, and a mom of two (both of whom are soooo cute!), … Continue reading
day ten :: guest post :: traditions and family Today’s heartwarming post about tradition and family is from a great crafter and blogger named Kelly. Kelly Quinn is a some time blogger and owner of Lil’Stuff, an Etsy shop, that … Continue reading
day six :: guest post :: a christmas memory Today’s post is from a very good friend of mine who does wonderful things in medicine, writing, and in life. Morgan is a corn-raised native Illinoisan recently taken to living off the California … Continue reading
I need your help to help get chuckandwelly in the Christmas Spirit. I’d love to fill the blog with festive posts throughout the month of December but just can’t get to them all myself. Because my boss would probably frown on me skipping work to knit hats and bake cookies. So…let’s make it a community project! Would you be willing to write a guest post during the month of December? No experience or skills or spell check required (goodness knows I don’t have any of that and I write stuff all the time)! It can be about anything: your favorite holiday recipes, a list of your favorite books to read to your kids, projects, your christmas bucket list, traditions, your ridiculously decorated house, that one time your kid fell off the bed, etc….
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
Let’s get festive, y’all!