by Cindy R. Williams
I don't really wax anything let alone prolific waxing. Who makes up these cliche's anyway? Research shows they are the result of common actions or situations, many from bygone years. Waxing prolific must be one of those. Thinking about it, waxing prolific may have come from a time when bees wax was used to polish wood furniture, hand rails and even wall paneling. How tedious that must have been. Or . . . did it always mean to wax on, or speak for long periods of time? What does it mean to you?