In Lemonade and Holy Stuff, Gargasz examines the small moments in life that help us turn bad situations into good and leave us feeling more blessed than we realize. Through the eyes of a mother, wife, daughter-in-law and aunt, readers will find more than their fair share of laughter and tears in her observations of everyday life. They may even find a glimpse of themselves. Whether observing the humor her children use to calm an upset cousin, complaining of "mining" for money her young son swallowed, or chronicling the lessons learned by a woman who should have been a statistic, Gargasz uses warmth and wit to convey one simple message: Cling to the little things in life. They make it so much worth the living.
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About the Author
Miranda Gargasz is a writer from a small suburb outside Cleveland, Ohio. She previously earned a degree in Elementary Education. Her essays have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor and The Hufftington Post, as well as on popular parenting sites like ScaryMommy, The Mid, Mamapedia, and What The Flicka? She is the author of Lemonade and Holy Stuff: Collected Essays. Her work also appears in the anthologies Only Trollops Shave Above the Knee and Lose the Cape: Never Will I Ever (and then I had kids!). She lives with her husband, two sons and a feisty mutt. You can visit her at www.mirandagargasz.com or www.plussizemama.wordpress.com. Facebook: Miranda Gargasz, Writer Twitter: @MirandaGargasz