Sunday, April 1, 2012

Rabbit, rabbit!

Source: via Pam on Pinterest

Happy April, everyone! (If my post title doesn't make sense to you, see my explanation here. And by the way, I beat my sister to it today. Ha!) The sun has been shining here in Santa Fe, and I'm getting ready to embark on a 14-mile bike ride to take advantage of the gorgeous weather. (That's long for me, OK! I'll work up to longer distances eventually.) First, though, here's a quick recap of March on Semi-Charmed Kind of Life:

My five most popular posts of March:
  1. Big news! — March 7 (This was overwhelmingly my most-viewed post of March, probably due to a little retweet by Alpha Delta Pi's official Twitter account. Thanks, Ashlyn!)
  2. Bookworm humor. — March 29
  3. The age of literacy. — March 29
  4. The Hunger Games v. Uglies — March 22
  5. Travel Tuesday: Week 2 —  March 6 (This was my first time hosting a link-up. If you like to travel—or even just to dream about it—link up with me every Tuesday!)
Other notable posts:
My favorite posts of last month actually ended up on my most-viewed list (#2, #3 and #4), but there are a few others I'll point out in case you missed them:

P.S. — I just recently realized that when I replied to your comments on my blog, you weren't notified. I've started e-mailing replies instead, so please don't think I was ignoring all your comments! I just didn't know Blogger didn't tell you. :)


  1. So annoying how blogger doesn't notify if your comment is replied to! hopefully they'll fix that.

  2. 14 mile bike ride?! You go girl! I'm usually tired after 3 blocks! haha

  3. All the cycling at the Rec has paid off! I've stuck with it and I really like it!
    Totally unrelated, but I just saw a flyer for Study Abroad in Kigali and naturally thought of you and it reminded me of a book you might like. It's called This Voice in My Heart by Gilbert Tuhaboyne. The author (if I remember correctly) was one of the only in his town to survive. My dad read it and actually got in touch with him and has seen him speak a few times and I actually got to meet him. It's a little gruesome, obviously, but really good!

  4. Yayyy! I say, "rabbit, rabbit" on the first of the month too! We've got more in common that just being in the most fabulous sorority ever.


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