Posted Date: March 20, 2010March 20, 2010author:LDCategories:Baba familiasMetacommentaryBlog update in 20 obscure cookie fortunes Or should I say, “Blog update in 20 obscure, often blurry cookie fortunes”? Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postOne school district at a timeNext PostNext postWeekend bonus shot, 03.21.10 In a similar vein: Posted Date: August 16, 2012August 17, 2012Not ready Posted Date: October 9, 2007October 10, 2007A little foreshadowing Posted Date: March 19, 2013March 23, 2013“It’s okay, sweetie.” 7 thoughts on “Blog update in 20 obscure cookie fortunes” It’s like visual twitter! And I ike the house metaphor. Log in to Reply Hope things settle down some and life returns to a normal you are ok with. I’ve been following your blog for a short while and look forward to more. Love the fortune cookie post! Log in to Reply Without wishing to add to any pressure… Actually wishing to add as much pressure as possible…YIPPEE! Welcome back stranger. Log in to Reply I am so uplifted by the promise of more posting (although, really, I’ve been happy with just the fact that there hasn’t been an end that it feels greedy to even think of more) that my computer thinks your blog must be in italian (the language of expansive spring feelings). that seems like a shoddy metaphor, but it’s not metaphorical at all. google wants to translate you. Log in to Reply It’s been worth checking daily, even during dry spells. And this post was worth the wait – honesty presented with such creativity. Gotta love it. Log in to Reply Y’all are so dadgum uplifting. Seriously. Chumpy, ole pal, I welcome the pressure. Thank you. Everyone should have such a multi-faceted collective muse. Makes the blank page a lot less blank. Rev2bebt: glad you enjoyed it. Next to impossible to both acknowledge the drought here without pulling back the curtain too far. My angst is one thing. Others’ is another thing entirely. Leastwise I’m happy to say that the primary cast of characters here — partner & kids — have been my anchor, buoy, and Northern Star through drought, monsoon, and anything in between. Hey and welcome abord, midlifenatalie! Log in to Reply Very clever. Well done, you. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.