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Monday, September 10, 2007

What could happen?

I think I hadn't really known about blogs until Julie Powell came along. She's the one who decided to cook her way through "Mastering the Art of French Cooking", and blogged about it on the Julie/Julia Project. A book deal followed with a fair amount of hoopla. She started a new blog, What Could Happen? but didn't post often. Almost never, actually. All the same, I kept it in bloglines, "just in case". Hard to know where this is going, but she's blogging regularly again. Most recently she has reported on an unusual month spent alone in Buenos Aires in a rented apartment, knowing nobody, speaking no Spanish.... Now she's talking about visiting the Maasai. I'm planning to follow along and see what happens.


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