It is a truth universally acknowledged that a woman in possession of a keyboard, a camera, and an internet link must be in need of a blog.
Laura Fitzgerald Cooper lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, three young sons, and four dogs.
Laura, I think of you regularly and often wonder where you ended up after our years at Hollins. Reading your blogs had me laughing out loud and thinking of my own experiences with mothering (kids at rodeo) and “womaning” (home office attire). I hope you are well and happy! What a lovely gift, this small window into your life. My memories of time spent with you are amongst my most cherished Hollins souvenirs.
In the spirit of reciprocity, I have been in France for almost 25 years now, near Grenoble, have two kids (Hannah, 21 and Jack, 18) both of whom are studying away from home. I am a translator and copyeditor, trying daily to help the French communicate with a bit of style (or at least clarity!) in English.
I hope you are as well as you appear from your writing!
Sarah (Gaither) Setton
Sarah, thank you so much for this note! Somehow I’m only seeing it today. How wonderful to hear about your life and your family — a treat for me. Laura
Hi Professor Fitzgerald. I just stumbled upon your blog, and I realized it was you. I hope everything is going well for you and your family. I don’t know if you remember me or not, but I was a student at W&L from 1993-1996. I was in your Civ Pro class and the only student in your Constitutional Law Semnar about presidential powers. Thankfuily, you were not very rough on me in the seminar since I was the only student. Definitely could not be unprepared in that class LOL.
Anyway, just wanted to say hi. I am in Nashville as well.
I came across your blog as I was searching for titles for my blog (as I too am a female with a keyboard and an internet connection). I love it so much – I’ll keep reading. I really enjoy how you see the world.
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