Monthly Archives: May 2011

BadBad Webbis’s Blogger Space

BadBadWebbis blogs about many things, among them tales of her happy remarriage to Mr. Webbis. The Webbis’s have four children and two difficult exes between them. You can read more about their life at In this installment of Blogger Space, … Continue reading

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It’s a Sin To Exploit Harper Lee

Mockingbird mishigas is whirling through the publishing world. A former Chicago Tribune reporter named Marja Mills has penned a memoir which appears to be about her experience as the neighbor of Harper Lee, the endearingly private author of To Kill … Continue reading

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My Right Breast

I have a two-inch scar on my right breast. After my surgery last summer, Atticus said he didn’t notice it and I was as beautiful as always, but he is besotted with me and biased so I sought a different … Continue reading

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Bitter Divorcee’s Blogger Space

Annie Parker of Bitter Divorcee shares her Blogger Space in this series featuring the places in which bloggers choose to write. A formidable writer, woman of true grit, and the survivor of one badass divorcee, Annie Parker just might be the lovechild … Continue reading

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Blogger’s Space

Ten years ago, when I was a fancy rich person, I turned a sun-drenched bedroom in my fancy house into a writer’s space. Actually, my ex-husband decorated the room. He thought he knew more about decorating than I did, and … Continue reading

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Tea Therapy

Considering that one of my children is not speaking to me, I had a perfectly marvelous Mother’s Day last weekend. I took my 9-year-old daughter, Francesca, for a three-course high tea. We sipped strawberry tea and ate little triangles stuffed … Continue reading

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Every Day: A Guest Post by Adina Giannelli

A couple months ago, I discovered Adina Giannelli, a blogger who writes exquisitely here and at OpenSalon about life after the death of her infant daughter. We started corresponding via e-mail. We felt a kinship because we are each experiencing the … Continue reading

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Luca’s Phone Call

I missed Luca’s phone call a couple weeks ago. Francesca and I were coming back from my dad’s memorial. Our plane was delayed and we had camped out on the floor of a tiny airport on the east coast. I … Continue reading

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