Confessions (Part 9)

It feels good to say I’m smart.  It also feels bad.  There are a lot of threads in the tapestry of my life tied to that particular warp string.

On one hand, I feel like a fraud.  I was mediocre at best in school, according to my grades.  Graduated top of the lower half of my class in school, dropped out of college after a single semester, and have since been divorced once, married twice, and don’t work nor have children.

Not a strong argument for my being smart, huh?

Part 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (coming soon!) (If ‘soon’ arrives, and I forget to update the links, somebody please be kind enough to let me know in the comments so I can correct it!)

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Author: Amanda

I'm married to my best friend, we live in Virginia, USA, and have one cat together. I am literally going through the process of developing my Self. Until recently, I had no concept of who I was, what I wanted, or even that I didn't know these things. That's all changed, and as a result, I am changing at a rapid pace. Try and keep up.

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