Sometimes Editing One Thing Can Have This Effect

Changing one little thing opens up a whole lotta other needed changes. (Actually, this often happens!)

Also, thank you to S. L. Hennessy for bestowing upon me the Versatile Blogger award.

Gracias, amiga!

I’ve given out a whole lotta awards lately, so I’m going to play it easy with this one. Just a THANKS! to S. L., a recommendation to you to read her blog because she is incredibly clever, and a random fact about myself: I love folded kettle chips. They’re, like, the crunchiest thing in the world. Mmmmm…. :)

Have a great weekend!


4 thoughts on “Sometimes Editing One Thing Can Have This Effect

    • Kris Atkins says:

      Oh no, thank goodness! But I have had experiences where I went to fix one little thing, and it created a domino effect that I didn’t foresee.
      Also, I entered Regina Brooks’ Contest! I’m psyched out!

  1. Chris Cooper says:

    My Mom would let me iron and fold the dish towels when I was little. I liked the crisp corners. Folded kettle chips have crisp corners too, but you don’t run the risk of getting your arm burned on the hot iron when you eat them, so I think they’re better than crisply-ironed-and-folded dish towels.

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