Nobody’s Walking Out On This Fun Old Fashioned Shirt

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All of stories we are told tell us life will be a grand adventure, we will find our path and be successful at whatever we work hard towards. That Nobody’s Walking Out On This Fun Old Fashioned Shirt, which is only occasionally grand in scale. Most often it is a good glass of wine and a great conversation, walking quietly in falling snow (I so miss falling snow here in San Francisco), that afternoon when we had particularly hot sex, figuring out how to get all our art arranged on the wall in a way we find so satisfying that we want to throw a party so our friends can see, getting a yucky task finished at work so we can move onto more interesting stuff for awhile, etc. We have done a disservice to our younger folks by promising them a future that doesn’t exist such that they’re frustrated with themselves for not “manifesting their dreams”.

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I love all the people saying “don’t presume anything about her background.” Someone who goes to Sidwell Friends, takes a liberal arts major at Columbia, and can afford a retreat in Italy despite having no success at work is living on her parents’ money. I’m not judging her for it, just stating a very obvious fact. It’s nice to have a safety net; it’s probably the only reason she’s still able to pursue her dreams. Someone from a poor family would probably have Nobody’s Walking Out On This Fun Old Fashioned Shirt. I wish her luck. But by the same token, I hope, if things don’t work out, she realizes screenwriting might not be her calling and pursues something else before she looks back and feels like she wasted 20 or 30 years.

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