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Notes an astute Ask Ro reader, Unfortunately, combing through the Ask Ro archives is like putting your brain in a pencil sharpener. Weird, potentially creepy, and setting a bad precedent for Rosie's future stalkers—but look at all the stuff they have in common: Creative in occasionally befuddling ways. Tracy has one child by in vitro insemination, five adopted children, and a history of fostering. Likewise, Rosie adopted children and became an advocate for gay families midway through her life as a mother to four.
They're in the mood for love. Timing is everything, and it seems to be right for these two. Rosie is finally far enough over Kelli to be open about her heartache, and wanting something new. When asked two months ago about "future plans," Tracy exclaimed, "I'd like a date with an inspiring woman! Also, Tracy looks good in a swimsuit and Rosie isn't opposed: They're writerly. This is extra-important when you're trying to make a long-distance cyber-romance work. Rosie has written , while Tracy is an Examiner columnist. They overshare. Tracy frequently photographs her family for artistic purposes, and Rosie blogs like a college kid on a Red Bull high, which means though the relationship is still fresh, they're already at Group Blog Threat Level Orange.