No cookie for me.

 February 26, 2007 personal

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Today, I was about to sit down and read a paper (in French–I may not speak in tongues, but apparently I can read in tongues, so to speak!), and I thought to myself about how nice it would be to have a cookie. I went to Uncle Joe’s, I went to the Classics Cafe, I went to Cobb’s coffee shop, and then I gave up, for there were no cookies in any of those places, places which so often appear to be the source of cookies.

Is there someplace else on campus that I should have looked? Admittedly, I probably would’ve settled for the biscotti in the divinity school cafe (especially with some coffee).