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It’s unrolling, all of it, third grade, Kindergarten, all the mothers wearing whistles and safety vests, everything!

    TAGS:  kindergarten

No little kid ever stood up in front of her Kindergarten class and announced that she would grow up to be a cubicle-dweller; what I’m trying to say is, at my age, I still need to reconcile my age-old ideal about the perfect job, to the image of the less-than-glamourous career I actually built for myself (and like).

    TAGS:  work, school, kindergarten

When I’m feeling out of sorts, reflective, sad or when I just need to reaffirm my faith in the world I sometimes pull out my Robert Fulghum books and randomly read - skipping between one book and another - until I find my mind bubbling with ideas of its own, sparked from something in the book - or until contented I sit back not needing to say or think anything, well, at least for the immediate future.

    TAGS:  ideas, bubbling, kindergarten, Robert Fulghum


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