Check it out! I wrote “14” instead of “13.” Guess I’m more than ready for the New Year. 2013 is gone—and good riddance—here’s hoping for a better 2014.
Best Lessons. “20 Things I Learned in Twenty-Thirteen” by Addie Zierman at How to Talk Evangelical.
Best Confession. “A Kitchen Confession: I’m Broken” by Natalie Trust.
Best Letter. “For Anyone Who’s Still Standing” by Evelyn Shoop at Momsicle.
Best New Beginning. “Hopeful for the New Year” by Alice Callahan at Science of Mom.
Best Parody. “What Do Y’all, Yinz, and Yinx Call Stretchy Office Supplies?” by Sarah Larson in The New Yorker.
Best Personal Essay. “A Complicated Homecoming” by Robert Rummel-Hudson at Fighting Monsters with Rubber Swords.
Best Intersection of Theological and Coffee Nerdness. “Coffeedoxy and Heterodoxy” by Fr. Andrew Stephen Demick at Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy.
Best Profile. “Who Am I to Judge? A Radical Pope’s First Year” by James Carroll at The New Yorker.
Most Ridiculous. “Andrew Luck’s Amazing Fumble Recovery Touchdown” by James Dator at SB Nation (includes animated gif).
And the replay (via YouTube) …
Let the Luck puns commence.