Monthly Archives: May 2014

A Whimper

PAN KISSES KAFKA

Last year, I “ended” my college teaching career with a bang–a banging headache, that is, from the copious amounts of sugar I packed down at the surprise party my students threw me on my last day of class at OSU. It was an emotionally-charged day amidst an emotionally-charged time that I will never forget. In the year that followed, because my professional future was so unstable, I vowed to take every opportunity given to me, even if that meant working multiple jobs.

I did, and it did–by the time Fall 2013 rolled around, I was taking on a larger client roster for my coaching practice, I was writing weekly for Slate, and I’d signed on to teach three classes back at the UMSL honors college, where I had had an overwhelmingly positive experience right out of grad school. It turned out to be quite a full…

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I am the daughter of chefs.

sowtfdoes that meann

I aim to please; pleasure excites me.

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I am the daughter of chefs.

sowtfdoes that meann

I aim to please; pleasure excites me.

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Is it fair.

yes it is fucking fair

Why do I feel like this whole thing just might be just a little too good to be happening to me?

that just proves how fair it is

I think I know what you mean.. but, can you just say it so that I know for sure…

the fact that you question whether you yourself deserves whatever ‘too good’ thing to be happening to you proves that you are that ‘too good’ type of too gooder

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