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About Me

Hello, and welcome to my blog, 52 Weeks of Wordage! I'm so glad you stopped by.

My name is Stef (or 'Stefers the Great,' as I frequently refer to myself on here), and I am the author of this humble little blog here, a 30-something chickadee with a degree in Classical Voice Performance as well as an intense love for language and various random things like photography and Korean dramas.

I have 1 dog, Cupcake, and I love her with all of my heart. She's the best cuddle buddy ever, and everyone in the world is lesser for not having her in their lives.

Writing is a hobby for me at the moment, and I'm not entirely sure if I want to make it more than that in the future, but I'm all about having fun and expressing myself through the written language.

At the end of the day, I'm just a girl who is 
just trying to write, sing, dance, live, and love... all at the same time.
  Wish me luck.  

If you'd like to contact me personally via e-mail or submit a writing exercise or something of the like, shoot me an e-mail HERE. I'd love to hear from you.

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Soft Things

Exercise #105 : "Soft Things" Make a list of soft things. GO!!! This should be easy enough, shouldn't it?

Bonjour New Followers! Well met!

You'll quickly notice that I love lolcats. Don't judge... They're hilarious. Today's post is going to be pretty short, but it's purpose isn't for me to write, but for YOU to write! Tell me a little bit about yourself! Who are you, from where do you hail, what is your favorite thing about blogging or reading other people's blogs? Tell me anything you'd like! If you have a blog, don't fear the shameless plug! haha Leave a link in your comment and go visit some of the blogs linked by your fellow commenters. Speaking of your blogs, I've been going through my list of followers and looking at your blogs. There is some really great content out there! :) Let me just say that I am so humbled that you would be interested in following me and my project. You're all so wonderful, and I can't thank you enough. So get on with it already! Leave a comment about yourself!

"Purple Things"

Exercise #28: "Purple Things" What things are purple? Make a list. Eggplants One-Eyed, One-Horned, Flying, Purple People Eater (see below) Bruises (sometimes) a REALLY beautiful sunset Elizabeth Taylor's eyes (does violet count?) Barney (I love you, you love me...) Grapes Lavendar Orchids Amethyst Cabbage (sometimes) Lots of different birds Plums Violets Onions ROYGBI V That's all I can think of. You know, you don't really notice it, but purple appears quite frequently in nature. When I think nature, my mind immediately imagines greens, browns, and generally all kinds of neutral colors, but purple is everywhere. It's pretty awesome. Without further ado, the One-Eyed, One-Horned, Flying, Purple People Eater by Sheb Wooley: Great, huh? I don't remember when I was first introduced to this all-sorts-of-wonderful song, but I'm pretty sure it was care of my Mom. She definitely has provided quite a bit of the humor in my life, an