I could get a real job…

View from the train, November 2015
From the train window, November 2015. Chicago –> Seattle

…but do I not live for the thrill of transition? Do I not secretly relish the crisis of adventure, the novelty of the foreign and bizarre, the suspense of impending departure—the jittery anticipation of arrival and the sweet, diverse indulgences that all the world has to offer?

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10 thoughts on “I could get a real job…

  1. No, hold off as long as you can. As long as you can pay your bills, do what works, seek out the novel and the bizarre. You do have to tell us about it, though.

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