Like many, going to the post office doesn’t fit in my Top Ten list of thrilling life experiences. That is, until yesterday. With Iron Twine Press founder and publisher-extraordinaire Ethan Yarbrough riding shotgun, I pulled into an awaiting spot at the United States Post Office in Bellevue, WA with the first dozen orders of Miracles in Montanare: Ten Years in Tuscany. I slowly passed my treasure, destined for zip codes near and far, to the simpatico man across the aged Post Office counter. With receipt in hand and stakeholder by my side, I celebrated and paid gratitude to all those who believe in our project and are willing to say so by filling out an order form on the world wide web. It only seemed appropriate to mark this special occasion over a well-cooked meal. It’s been years since I last occupied a seat inside Taco Time.