Miranda Gargasz is a writer from a small suburb outside Cleveland, Ohio. She earned a degree in Elementary Education before becoming a writer. Her essays have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor and on HumorPress.com. In February of 2014 she published her first collection of essays entitled Lemonade and Holy Stuff. She lives with her husband, two sons and a feisty mutt.
Here’s a newsflash: the Mommy Wars are bullshit. There’s no competition. There’s no blue ribbon, golden cup or flower wreath at the end. The best any of us can hope for is that our children will ... Read more
Dear Uterus, Let’s face it. You and I have never really gotten along. From the start you’ve been unruly, tilting the wrong way, bleeding profusely and being a literal pain in the ass. Each ... Read more
Kindergarten should come with a warning. Don’t beat around the bush. Don’t candy-coat it. Just come right out and tell us that kindergarten is hell, for parents anyway. It began like any other ... Read more