i lived in my car, or beneath the interstate;
i showered in the geology building;
i ate meals wherever i could
fill my instant pouches with tepid water;
i studied in denny's or the free lab at
i tiptoed around massive debt;
i stomped into my brain a viable
i explored new cultures in urban america;
and i left behind, others.
then the now became malleable,
and i continue to mold it into
new shapes and understandings.
everything is a waste of time.
time has a half-life of
the most important things I took away from college I did not learn in the classroom. Attention to detail, finishing what I had started, and to never fear not having $- that situation is always in flux. Spell check equalizes my universe since speed bumps were invented-lots of times during those years, I should have asked for my money back..if I had a kid-I would insist on tech school first.