27 Apr

Career Counseling

Lloyd Dobbler is on my mind today. You know that part where he’s talking to Diane’s father about his future? Where he says he doesn’t want to sell anything bought or processed, or buy anything sold or processed, or process anything sold, bought, or processed? Did he find some resolution in that before the end of the movie? I think a viewing might be in order, if only for the comfort in knowing I’m not the only one who feels like this.

Either that, or I need to get on a plane.

[32 years old, still looking at the world like a senior in high school. This is a bad thing, huh?]

This post started out on a different site, but in an effort to get more of my writing in one place, I moved it to cindyscovel.com in January 2012.

One thought on “Career Counseling

  1. No, it's good and right to know you still get to decide what you want your future to be. And even better, you have so much more to go on at 32 than at 17!

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