Aug 25, 2008

Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave ...

We met the Wheelers in the park. Coincidentally, the Kellys too. We ate cookies. (some of the most delicious choc chip cookies I've ever had) We fed fish. We circled the Harlem Meer. And then, after adequate chit chat had been made, we weaved a tangled web with lengthy strands of do you knows, i grew up withs, did you hear the story about the coworkers, i was at their weddings, we lived together in Provos, how have we not met before, we have 37 friends in common without even using facebook to tell us ...

Although the discovery and subsequent weaving is always fun, it is not altogether uncommon - which leaves me begging the question how is it such a small small world? (a world of laughter, cheer, hopes ... there's so much that we share... you get it)

ANCHE... c'e un' altra cosa. Ho visto che c'e una persona in Italia chi ha letto il mio blog- a Firenze specificamente. Prima, bienvenuti. Secondo, devo sapere ... chi sei? Perche ho un grand amore per la tua paese, penso che ho anche un grand amore per te! (Google Analytics mi ha detto) Ciao ciao.

5 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I'm jealous you got to be with Candice (old roomie) & Jordan; we love them! I know the four of you will hit it off quite swimmingly.

noelle regina said...
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Jake and Jenna said...

you scream pure talent, noelle. of course you speak italian. i mean, i know your family is italian, but really.

noelle regina said...

here's the thing jenna... google analytics told me someone in florence is reading my blog- and the curiosity was nearly killing me. assuming it wasn't some traveler from the US, and is some italian - i had to inquire after their identity.

Oliver & Margy said...

I think the Mormon "who do you know" game is so hilarious. And really all brings you back to sometime/someone in Provo. I'm sure glad I spent a semester there or I'd NEVER be good at that game. We're glad you two are in Harlem.