By Darvell Hunt
Last Thursday, I went out to dinner with my wife for sushi. Well, actually, I got sashimi and she got teriyaki chicken, but that's not the point.
After dinner, our waitress brought us fortune cookies. My fortune read:
"Remember three months from this date. Good things are in store for you."
I remembered that the LDStorymakers Conference was to take place three months from Saturday. I took this realization as a sign of something good to come, although, to be truthful, the cookie was two days off. (Stupid cookie.)
I’m not sure if I’m destined to have a book acceptance two days before the conference, or if I was meant to open the cookie two days later and there’s something significant that’s going to happen at this year’s writing conference.
Either way, I’m expecting great things by April 24. I’ll let you know in three months exactly what that turns out to be. After all, fortune cookies always come true, right?