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We are almost through the first week of the New Year! How are y'all surviving it so far? Struggling with your resolutions yet? If you read the Patreon post yesterday, you learned how to have the universe help you with your goals. If you haven't read it yet, I highly recommend heading over there and checking it out. Yes, you do need a subscription to read it but subscriptions start at just $2 a month.
Welcome to the new year! Hopefully, you all had a great New Year's Eve with lots of celebrating with friends and loved ones. Jeremy and I stayed home and had a quiet evening in with the cats. We are homebodies and were in desperate need of a recharge. I don't know about y'all but Jeremy and I have a few traditions that we do every year to make sure we start the new year off on the right foot. Some of these you may have heard of but some of them you may not have.
New Year, New Blog (sort of). I have heard your requests and I am happy to announce that each week on blogs there will be a theme! The theme will be the same for both the main blog (ParanormalHousewife.com) and here on Patreon. With 2019 starting tomorrow, what better theme can we start off with than New Years? The posts this week will discuss New Year's traditions, fortunetelling, resolutions and wishes for the New Year. Learn how to make 2019 your best year yet! Another thing I want to start doing on Paranormal Housewife is start featuring paranormal teams. If you are interested in being featured, please email me at email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you! Thank you all for a wonderful 2018! You have helped make this year very special for me. I hope you all have a wonderful night tonight and a magical 2019. Happy New Years!!! See you in 2019!
The Christmas festivities are starting to wind down. Mom headed back to North Carolina yesterday. She had been here for a week. I'm really happy she was able to come up for Christmas. I've missed spending the holidays with her. The week leading up to Christmas has been a crazy, busy, fun week. The day after Mom drove up from North Carolina, we drove down to Springfield, Illinois to explore new areas with Avery and her kids. We first went to a great little restaurant called Anchors Away. We chose this restaurant because we heard that it was haunted. Thankfully our waiter, Brock, was able to confirm this quickly for us.
During one of the posts last week, I briefly mentioned an interesting story involving St. Nicholas and The Pickled Boys. While that story was probably the least Christmasy thing you would associate with Saint Nicholas, it isn't the only unusual story behind the jolly old man. While doing research for these Christmas posts I ended up coming across a few more interesting stories that I thought you might like to hear.