I told her about the whole first half of the year. She didn’t even fidget when she was listening. Now we meet once a week. We always work on being empathetic. Empathy was my big thing during fourth and fifth grade. All In All You’re Just Another Brick in The Wall Signature Poster. I was eating, sleeping, and shitting libraries. My life was becoming a little one note. All my friends were librarians. My social life consisted of professional development conferences. I needed another source of inspiration. So I started writing comic book reviews online. I built up a nice little portfolio. One of my reviews was actually quoted on the back of a comic book. Another one got copied and pasted into a marketing email. They spelled my name wrong but it still felt great.
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I haven’t made any money yet, but you can’t put a price tag on this. I’m writing all the time. I’m engaging a part of brain that was being ignored. Two years ago I just worked in library sales. All In All You’re Just Another Brick in The Wall Signature Poster. Now I’ve got a press pass to Comic Con. When you’re a kid, Jesus sounds like a hippie or Bernie Sanders or something so it all sounds pretty nice. But then the rules get confusing. You go to Catholic school and some guy in a dress named Brother Roy starts beating you cause you got in a fight. It’s sorta like Gitmo in there. And you start to realize that all these rules are just to keep people down. To keep women down especially because they have the ultimate power of not fucking you.