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I was just telling someone new I met on Thursday, while at Starbuck’s of course, that I am so tired of having to be politically correct all the time. I would love to go back to a simpler time in life. Wouldn’t you?!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


I'm the Cool Mom of 4, Married to the Preacher Man, but at times I'm a little more Sass than Saint!

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  1. lol, this had us all laughing around my table tonight! excellent!

  2. Great Post Shannon!!! That is so interesting, but some take it out on purpose. I am all about keeping the work Christ in Christmas!

    I do agree however that there are some meany "christian's out there", we have to spread the love all the time!!

    As for the politically correct Christmas wish, I think in the ending there is something about it being sent to everyone 1 year late cause it took that long to get through the lawyers 🙂


    Merry Christmas Shannon, much love to you and your family.


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