Who knew that writing a bio for your fellow-students at graduate school would be so exhausting?
We're all "distance learners," so in my opinion, this first introduction is rather important. I mean, I've got this fake persona to create, and it's so hard finding the balance between "outlandish" and "too humble."
Of course, I'm kidding.
But really. How "real" should I be? I want to write like I write, but would that be right? On the right, there is objective truth, but then what is left on the left? I fear there is only frilly fluff.
And these are all "academia" people and all that jazz.
...Not interested in being boring.
But no one probably cares anyway.
I was thinking about words like "wanderlust," "whithersoever," and "whilst," and quite frankly, those words seem appropriate to me. Should I let my true self shine through? Or should I hide behind a facade of boring normalcy.
These questions plague me.
I wonder what it will be like to do real work?