JANUSFILES2 . . . ENTRY #0197 . . . OPEN:
As I related in my last entry, I snagged a couple of additional "fortune cookies" from the bowl that one of the librarians at Bon Air made in conjunction with the Chinese New Year. As I also mentioned last time, the fortunes have been buried at the bottom of a pocket in my backpack since then. I had already extracted them from the mini-muffin cups, but at least the muffin cups would not have been crushed to crumbs if they had been buried in my backpack.
(I should also point out that being in my backpack would be an improvement over being hermetically sealed and kept in a mayonnaise jar on Funk & Wagnall's porch. Don't ask me how much of an improvement, though.)
When I read the first fortune, I thought that Trish (the librarian who had created the "cookies") had created fortunes related to books and reading. That did not prove to be the case when I read the subsequent fortunes. In fact, the third and final fortune that I obtained could have easily come out of a cookie that came with my shrimp lo mein:
"Your conscience will guide you in making a big decision."
All that is missing are the lottery numbers and the mini lesson in Chinese.
JANUSFILES2 . . . ENTRY #0197 . . . CLOSE
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