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Articulation 12-24-03
December 24, 2003
Hi ~

Hello, and Happy Christmas Eve!

Today's Articulation is short, sweet, and a bit bittersweet.

Since Sunday, we've been presenting Artella's Holiday Story Days, our free series of 12 days of audio recordings of holiday stories. If you've been listening, I hope it's added a bit of cheer and spirit to you holidays. If you haven't tuned in, yet, just click the above link to check it out.

Stories are, indeed, a big part of the holidays. Whether they are stories of religious traditions, or stories about what Uncle Mo did on Christmas morning years ago, there's something about the holidays that gets us all in a storytelling mood.

There are many reasons why we share stories at this time of year. This week's Articulation, Comfort and Joy, touches on just one reason. I share it with you as a symbol of my deep wishes for peace on earth, and goodwill to us all. To view Comfort and Joy, click here!

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I leave tomorrow morning to go to Dallas to spend Christmas with my family, and I can't wait. I'll be taking a week off from Articulation while I'm away, so you'll get the next one the week of January 5. (Now, don't fret...if you reallllllly miss Articulation, don't forget that you can check out the Articulation archives to enjoy fifty-five Articulation art offerings! Wow, these babies sure do add up!)

I will be mailing out Artella 5, Winter Magic & Muse from Dallas, at the end of the month. If you want a copy and have not yet ordered it, be sure to place your order right away at

If your subscription has lapsed and you want to renew it, you can do so at

Have a wonderful holiday...and I'll see you in the new year.

~with visions of sugarplums, words, and art waltzing in my head,

Artella Editor

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