Wednesday, April 15, 2009

In Which I Explain "In Which"

Several people have asked me why I start each post with "In Which." In the Winnie-the-Pooh books, each chapter is titled "In Which..." It has sort of become family shorthand over the years, used mostly as narration. For instance, one morning after a frantic phone call from my dad, my mom muttered, "In which Jack loses his Jag in a sinkhole."

Thusly, "In Which."
ETA: Saw an article today re: more Iraqi's dying from execution than acts of military in last 6 years. I don't know if TRMS will cover this, but I will try to learn a little bit more about it and write tonight.

E.T.A.A - NEJM article re: violent Iraqi deaths.

1 comment:

  1. Big fans of the series at our house. Have read them countless times to the kids, and always a good read to lower stress, I find even now. It's that Zen attitude of Pooh's, I guess! I like the "In which" intros - definitely a hook.