Author: Julia
I'm a wife and mommy first, as well as a social media consultant/manager, editor, and writer. I'm also editor of Musical Reviewer and Houston Theatre Blog.

Merry Christmas!

More than two thousand years ago there was a man born contrary to the laws of life. This man lived in poverty and was reared in obscurity. He received no formal education and never possessed wealth or widespread influence. He

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Christmas Grammar Geekery!

A little bit of grammar geekery on Christmas! As heard on the radio yesterday: “… faithful friends that are dear to us…” This version of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” was recorded by Denver & the Mile High Orchestra.

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I was on NPR this morning!

Whew! Yes, my guest spot on NPR is over. About twenty minutes after waking up I got the phone call from NPR’s The Bryant Park Project, and I was on the air in a matter of minutes. The segment was

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I’m going to be on NPR (National Public Radio) tomorrow!

Ack! I’m going to be on NPR (National Public Radio) tomorrow morning! A producer at NPR’s new show, The Bryant Park Project (& blog link), instant messaged me on AIM a few minutes ago, wanting me to be a phone

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Shrek and Donkey is rescuing someone!(?)

I found this through Mighty Red Pen, and I had to mention it. This trivia card was found in a McDonald’s Happy Meal. *singing* “Do you see what I see? Way up in the card, everyone?” Ahem. Oops. Sorry about

Posted in Big Questions, Grammar Check!, Peeves