Winter Blogfest: Wendi Zwaduk

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The Great Christmas Tree Hunt

Every year my family goes for our annual Christmas tree hunt. Now, this doesn’t seem like it would be that hard, but it can be. We have a couple of fake trees, but there’s something about the smell of pine, the feel of the real needles and the idea of going out to find just the right one that’s fun. 

I know, I know. It’s tree cutting. The thing about where we go is that the tree farm really does plant new trees every year, two for every one cut down. So there’s at least that. 

Now this story has to do with a couple years ago. We were hunting for that elusive tree and it was a particularly soggy day. I mean like, it’d been raining most of the day. Yuck. But it’d stopped when we set out and we opted to hunt for the tree because it was one of the few days we could all go together. I mean, why not go together as a family? So we head out and it’s mucky. We start strolling and I find a decent tree. I point it out and as poor DH heads over to it…he found a huge puddle. His boots gave way in the mud and before we know it, he’s down. Now, I’m the type of person that physical comedy makes me laugh. I can’t help it. So, I’m laughing. The tot is laughing. DH? He’s laughing, too. Shrugs. We’re strange. But we decided it was THE tree, so we cut it down and made the sojourn home. Thank goodness the seats in the truck are plastic and we could get the mud off. 

What about you? Fake or real trees? Got any good stories about going after that elusive real or fake tree? I want to hear ‘em!

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Wendi Zwaduk, is a multi-published, award-winning author of more than one-hundred short stories and novels. She’s been writing since 2008 and published since 2009. Her stories range from the contemporary and paranormal to LGBTQ and BDSM themes. No matter what the length, her works are always hot, but with a lot of heart. She enjoys giving her characters a second chance at love, no matter what the form. She’s been the runner up in the Kink Category at Love Romances Café as well as nominated at the LRC for best author, best contemporary, best ménage and best anthology. Her books have made it to the bestseller lists on

When she’s not writing, Megan spends time with her husband and son as well as three dogs and three cats. She enjoys art, music and racing, but football is her sport of choice. She’s an active member of the Friends of the Keystone-LaGrange Public library.

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  1. I’m allergic to pine trees, so it’s a fake tree for me. The real ones do smell nice, though. 🙂

  2. I’m allergic to pine trees, so it’s a fake tree for me. The real ones do smell nice, though. 🙂

  3. either one

  4. I grew up in the mountains, so I have to have a real tree. My husband likes the fake ones, so it was a debate for a few years. He caved and I buy the real tree every year. My youngest and I decorate it alone. I just have to remind myself to water it. Lol.
    Glad you all could laugh at your husband’s slip. I find those things hilarious as well. Thank you for sharing and Happy Holidays, Wendi!

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