Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Women Unplugged:
It’s Easter weekend, although it doesn’t feel like it here in Atlanta.  Too cold.  But the Easter Bunny will come regardless of the weather and that means chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and Peeps. Okay, so…

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“She’s in her cups.” That phrase has a totally different meaning today. I’ve been hypnotized by this catchy little tune.  Only 77 seconds long and you can DIY. No fancy equipment needed. Have a listen: Well, some people can. I … Continue reading

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Beware the Ides of March

I know it’s Shakespeare, but what does it mean, dammit? Today I had an epiphany as I watched the trees disgorge pollen like the Great Kabuki Warrior on steroids. The “Ides” of March are allergans. Or MidSouth Wrestling Champions from … Continue reading

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First, You Make a Roux

That’s not totally true. First, secure your hair. Nothing worse than being in the midst of chopping up a Vidalia onion and having to brush your bangs out of your face.  You won’t stop crying for at least 15 minutes. … Continue reading

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Faith, Hope, and Love

Sometimes serious stuff jumps on my heart and I can’t ignore it, no matter how loud the neighbor(‘s) dog(s) bark(s). When I was growing up, I could go to two places: Church and The Gym. I typed on the piano … Continue reading

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