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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Things I Stuck In My Mouth As A Child And Other Important Memories
Posted on May 26, 2011 by Madame Paradox
One spring day, young Heidi climbed up the kitchen stepladder, reached into the back of the cabinet and located what appeared to be a luscious chunk of chocolate. Now, growing up in a house filled with dieters, I knew it … Continue reading →
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged anthropology, baker's chocolate, childhood memory, chocolate, college, Creativity, freshman english, Ionesco, Kafka, memories, novel, passage of time, philosophy, psychology, religion, Rhinoceros, standardized test, The Metamorphosis, unsweetened chocolate, writer, writing | 23 Comments
My Visit With The Amazon Warrior Women
Posted on May 19, 2011 by Madame Paradox
Today, I will be guest posting for Debi over at The Truth About Motherhood. Now don’t all freak out at once. I am not with child. (Someone get my mother an oxygen tank, would you?) In honor of her blog’s … Continue reading →
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Amazon Women, Bedtime stories, Fiction, Guest Post, Humor, I don't eat spotted dick but I could try, Mommy Bloggers, Sensitive Skin One Reason I'm Not a Prima Ballerina, Sheena Queen of the Jungle, Social Media Moms, The Truth About Motherhood, writer, writing | 12 Comments
If Darla From The Little Rascals Can Do It, Why Can’t I?
Posted on May 10, 2011 by Madame Paradox
Dear Mr. and Mrs. David: Heidi is a bright child, imaginative and enthusiastic. She’s read every story in the reading corner, some of them twice. It’s our understanding she’s not a big fan of Fun With Dick And Jane as she … Continue reading →
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