Like many out there, I was heavy into Scrapbooking in the early 2000’s – along with a bazillion other people. This lasted for several years until life got in the way
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Sometimes, when I hit “play” on a podcast, I have to admit I am left wondering if the host ever considered learning a bit more about how to speak and communicate effectively.
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“Welcome, friend. Have a seat by the fire. Make yourself… comfortable.” Campfire Radio Theater The sound of a crackling fire. The yellow and orange lights flickering over the faces of your companions