If you’ve made it this far, it’s likely that you already know me from school, work, or somewhere else along the road.
But just in case you don’t, allow me to tell you a bit about myself. I’m a law student currently living in Cambridge, MA; before college, I grew up in Wisconsin. Recent events have conspired to get me interested in writing and maintaining a blog, which seems to be more of a Massachusetts enterprise than a Wisconsin one, so perhaps I’ve been bitten by whatever bug is typical of the nation’s most opinionated zip code.
On the other hand, I’ve always liked writing, and frequently wonder if anyone else is thinking what I’m thinking (or has thought what I thought). My guess is that they are (or have). In fact, in many cases, I anticipate that what I write will strike a chord not because it’s so original, but because you (yes, you!) thought the same thing just the other day. In short, I’m willing to bet that I’m not the only one who notices and appreciates life’s little things.
And so my project is to celebrate these little things once a day for a year. This is partly a challenge to myself and partly an opportunity to get it all out of my system. I figure I’m capable of having at least one communicable thought per day, and I hope I’m right. Friends have warned me to avoid too “gimmicky” a theme, so I won’t constrain myself more than I already have.
I can promise, however, that this has nothing to do with Julia Child.
And if there’s anything that you notice, anything that you appreciate, anything that you think deserves its moment of celebration on this page, please let me know. This is as much about learning and community as it is about anything else. If you take the time to contact me, I shall take adequate notice.