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    11.14.2016 / WORK

    When you get hacked on a Sunday morning, the Sunday of the week you’re officially announcing your book to your own little world, you feel a bit ill.

    I’m working to fix it, but for now, steer clear of my Twitter page, OK? I’ll meet you here (or here) instead.

    For fun, while I wait for tech support and for the quiche to cool and for Scout to wake, here’s a brain dump of everything I would’ve tweeted. C’est la vie:

    Well, this looks like the best sandwich on the Internet.

    10 words for emotions you didn’t even know you had.  (Awumbuk, check. Depaysement, check.)

    Also, new word: tsundoku. (Checkmate.)

    A super pretty (but super pretty pricey) incense holder.

    On aging: “I want the thing that makes me look younger, not the thing that makes me look like I did the thing.”

    Confetti for writers. Lorrie Moore anything.

    Asking. This one stayed with me.

    My favorite kids tees.

    Recovering from legalism:“The truth is that once I’ve seen something one way, it’s hard for me to trick my eyes into seeing it differently.”

    Daily letters to the ocean. Return to sender; this place does not exist.

    A surprisingly good winter palette for you beauty fans.

    A letter to Trump voters.

    And a letter to Democrats.

    And a letter to us all.

    • I’m listening to Amanda Palmer’s book – it’s great to hear her read it.

    • jana

      YES! to all of this! I don’t do twitter…so I’m loving that you shared these thoughts here! Keep ’em coming!

    • I’m so sorry about getting hacked! OH! What a way to start your week.
      I’m so thrilled about your book, though. I can’t wait to pick up a copy.

      • Oh thank you, Libby! I so appreciate your support!

    • Asha Dornfest

      Thank you for the linkup, sweet. I’m so sorry to hear about Twitter @#$%.

      • Thanks, Asha – glad I spotted your piece before the great hack! :)

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