Reading Your Old Blog Posts Proves You Can Predict The Future.

I was looking back through some of my old blog posts the other day, which I’ve never done before, and I found a post I wrote in January of 2011 about how I was giving myself a deadline to be dating someone by October of 2011.


I met Captain Thoughtful in September and we started dating in October. Β For real. And because I had completely forgotten about that post, I also completely forgot to gloat about it. Consider this my gloat. An astonished gloat, but a gloat nonetheless.

32 thoughts on “Reading Your Old Blog Posts Proves You Can Predict The Future.

  1. That’s awesome! Congratulations on finding your dude, AND on predicting the future. You should start predicting everyone else’s – I bet you’d be great at it! If nothing else, it would at least be a fun way to have cocktails with strangers and take their money – hooray!

  2. Cute layout.
    Are you saying that if I write a post giving myself a dateline (yes it’s not a typo) it will happen in the future? I shall write my own future by doing so?
    What took you so long to share this knowledge?? hahaha

      1. Woot woot! So excited!! Also, to improve the mojo of this experiment, I too was 26 when I wrote that post and then met Captain Thoughtful. I’m just sayin…

  3. “Was it – was she making a real prediction?’
    Dumbledore looked mildly impressed.
    ‘Do you know, Harry, I think she might have been,’ he said thoughtfully. ‘Who’d have thought it? That brings her total of real predictions up to two. I should offer her a pay rise…”
    -Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

  4. Oooh. Will I ever find true love, GotC? (Don’t tell Peppermeister I’m asking this.)

    But for realz. Self-fulfilling prophecy. That shiz is no joke.

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