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Author Archives: The Reedster
I woke up the other morning with a hangover. My mouth was dry as cotton, my stomach roiling, my head pounding. Never again, I repeated over and over in my fuzzy brain. No, not THAT kind of hungover – I … Continue reading
I’m not sure I really knew what I was getting into when I made a solemn vow to blog every day this month. And I’m not sure I’ll ever participate in National Blog Posting Month — NaBloPoMo — again. But … Continue reading
Welcome to the first installment of what may or may not become a regular feature here at The Reedster Speaks: “What Makes Cindy Laugh?” There are the usual suspects, of course, like David Sedaris’ Me Talk Pretty One Day and … Continue reading
Astrid, our 10-year-old, is a picky eater. As in, there are like three things outside of the sugar food group that she will ingest. So when she asked for twice-baked potatoes for Thanksgiving, who was I to deny her? With … Continue reading
Here’s a funny picture of my dogs that you probably already saw if you are friends with me on Facebook but if you add a funny caption you might win a coveted Reedster Speaks notebook.
It’s Almost-Wordless Wednesday here at The Reedster Speaks, which I am observing during NaBloPoMo because I am seriously running on fumes here, people. Anyway, here’s a photo of our chihuahua, G Nugget (the G is for gangsta, obv), and our Saint … Continue reading
It’s winter. ‘Tis the season for gross dry skin. Luckily, I live in Asheville, where for generations the locals have faced the arid winds swirling around the Blue Ridge Mountains and have learned how to cope. Three women have raised … Continue reading