The time is 5:37 on a Wednesday evening, and I’m sitting alone at an empty dinner table eating my chicken paella and catching up on bills. The sun has bid me farewell nearly half an hour ago, leaving a blanket of darkness to cover my city. A bottle of wine sits in my kitchen and I consider opening it, pouring myself a glass, and snuggling on the couch to watch TV. Read More
Me: my name is Julia I work for the state government. I’m studying public administration.
Interesting fact? Umm, I have a desk job so I power walk in the conference center on my lunch breaks.
Also me: When did I get so boring?
Don’t let the anxieties of today cloud your hopes of a better tomorrow.
Today’s headlines and history’s judgement are rarely the same. If you are too attentive to the former, you will most certainly not do the hard work of securing the latter.
– Connie Rice