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A Letter to Everyone's Favorite Red Monster

Look at me! I'm Getting Old!

At Least She Lightens Up After a Few Days. Usually.

*Yawn*

And the Timer Says "Fear Mortality!"

Things on My Floor

I Have my Sexy Back

Who's a Whiz(z) with Words?

Glub Glub Glub


Bio: HaikuMama (also known as Kari Anne Roy) is a writer and a happily harried mama. Her writing has appeared in Parenting Magazine, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and all over her blog, www.haikuoftheday.com. She has written a book - aptly named - Haiku Mama (because seventeen syllables is all you have time to read). Her first novel for middle schoolers is due in 2008 from Random House. It is not titled Haiku Mama. Kari and her family live in a too-small tickytacky box in the suburbs of Austin. But they can go to Target everyday, so that's something.


 

 

 



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