Tuesday, March 03, 2009


I have an account on Twitter. It is a general account where I post whatever I want, and not really related to religion or being Armenian, except for when it comes up organically, which sometimes it does (like when I complain about not wanting to go to Armenian lessons).

I posted (tweeted?) a friend about Trader Joe's new maple leaf creme cookies being a terrific chocolate-free dessert for Lent (NB for Armenians- they are also dairy/egg free, shock of shockers, so if you are still eating sugar, fine for us too), and now I have both the Church of England and Westminster Abbey following me! Too funny.

By the way, if you are interested in following me on Twitter, my username is anianiani.

1 comment:

Juliet Grossman said...

I am so glad to find you back to blogging!

Yesterday was lunch w/grandparents day at Eva's elementary school. Last week was (I think?) the first Friday in Lent and the cafeteria served fish sticks. There was a bit of a buzz, like "Are they...? Could they...?" with people wondering if they were going to go meat-free on Fridays during Lent.

Well, turns out on grandparents' lunch it was chicken nuggets, so the whole fish sticks thing must have been a coincidence.

I got to chatting (as I am wont to do lol!) with a bunch of the grandparents and tuna sandwiches were a popular lunch item for a Friday in Lent.