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April 6, 2009.

The day after Spring Break.

That’s pretty much all I can say about that.

I know you are all probably dying to know why tens and sometimes dozens and occasionally twenties of people have been coming by the everydayMOM blog lately. Well, my stellar, mind-blowing, information-packed LOST reviews help, especially since I secretly submit those words to the search engines to try to improve my listing.

And you can’t believe the number of people who still want to know about the dangers of paraffin wax. This seems to be an especially hot topic in the UK, as well as certain parts of China, according to my site stats.

But the No. 1 search phrase that has been bringing people here lately is “examples of chiastic structure“. For those of you in my Beth Moore study, you know that one of our assignments recently was to give an example of chiastic structure. And, Nice Readers, I want to give people the benefit of the doubt, but it seems that dozens of people are looking for a little help with answering their Bible study question. (I WILL NOT imply they are cheating. That would just be harsh.)

Unfortunately, they won’t be getting a very good example of chiastic structure from the one I wrote. However, I think it will work for the sweet soul who used the search phrase: “example of chaotic structure.”

And that officially concludes this post void of any meaningful information.

I’m now taking requests for real topics to post about this week. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to leave them in the comments section. Or if you have any random thoughts of your own, I’d love to hear them.

Happy Spring!

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  1. Got one…you are being tagged on my post today…come back a little later…I’m kind of a slow reader:o)BTW one of the things that brings people to my blog is nudes. yikes. Remember my nude beach in Hawaii? I’ll bet those people are disappointed. Kind of like chaotic structure, huh?

  2. Hmmm my google reader says you posted about Monday Morning Madness, but when I come to your site it’s nowhere to be found… whatever happened?? I hope you’ll post it again for next week… I’ll totally try to participate! Though I’ll be defacto excluded if it’s about kids, cuz I don’t have any of those things yet. If it’s about kids, I’ll still read enthusiastically and store away helpful tips for future reference, but I probably won’t have much to contribute myself… any contributions will be strictly limited by the scope of my babysitting/nannying career. 😛 Anyway, it looked like fun! I hope you’re still going to do it. 🙂

  3. Hi Sarah Eliza,I WAS working on writing about Monday Morning Madness, but just couldn’t quite get my thoughts together. Then, I accidentally hit Publish instead of Save and it showed up in the Google reader. Then, I was like, “what the heck?!?” How do you get something OUT of Google Reader?? Argh!!! No fair!Well, maybe next Monday! I’m glad you liked the idea.

  4. Hi Emily! I think you officially have more snow than we do! Love it!! My tulips are peeking now too! Spring is close to here!!I love Sarah Eliza's comment about our kids being things – this week, that is totally true! Gotta love full moon weeks!! (or at least bedtime of full moon weeks… that & rum (for me of course))Anyway, Happy Easter!Laurel

  5. Jenny, I took my photo and it was so dark I couldn’t use it. I will do it tomorrow (although I know that’s breaking the rules)! Fun!!Laurel, at least the snow came and went in one day. The poor tulips are all cold and droopy now after having several inches of snow on them. =[

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