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Archive for Month: April 2012

Monday Mayhem – Randomosity

Posted on Apr 30, 2012 by Margaret Ethridge   3 Comments | Posted in Blog

I have nothing prepared for today’s post, so I’m just going to throw a handful of randomosity at you and hope that something sticks. You ready? Here we go! 1) My husband and I just had a ten minute discussion about geometric theorems which concluded with heartfelt declarations of our utter relief that we don’t [Read more…]

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Monday Mayhem – Picking Favorites

Posted on Apr 23, 2012 by Margaret Ethridge   6 Comments | Posted in Blog

The gift card winner is: Carol! Thanks for your comments! It’s release week for Spring Chickens and I am doing a happy dance. If you haven’t heard my crowing already, here’s the 4-1-1: Trade Paperback can be ordered NOW! Digital versions and all outlets other than the Wild Rose Press Bookstore will release Friday, April [Read more…]

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Monday Mayhem – Simple Pleasures

Posted on Apr 16, 2012 by Margaret Ethridge   4 Comments | Posted in Blog

This weekend, I experienced a number of life’s simple pleasures. Even better, I took the time to appreciate each and every one of them. Here are the top five: 1) The crispy, seared edges of a perfectly grilled Steakburger. 2) The sweet smell of a baby’s soft, downy head. 3) Helpless laughter. The kind that [Read more…]

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Monday Mayhem – A Hail of Bullets

Posted on Apr 9, 2012 by Margaret Ethridge   3 Comments | Posted in Blog

This week’s stream of consciousness babble: Ran two miles – a few times. Also attended my second yoga class on Saturday. I’ve decided I like having an hour of quiet movement here and there. A new great-nephew due to arrive any moment. Will be smooching the sugar off babies this weekend. My awesome friend and [Read more…]

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Monday Mayhem – Challenges

Posted on Apr 2, 2012 by Margaret Ethridge   6 Comments | Posted in Blog

One year ago today, I smoked my last cigarette. At least, it was my last until I turn 70—after that, all bets are off. Once I hit 70, I’m going to live fast and hard, do whatever the hell I want, and go out in a blaze of glory. That’s my plan. I know this [Read more…]

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