It’s my impossible but joyful job to be on top of culture, to be consuming everything and anything, to be out there in the I don’t need therapy I just need to go to germany shirt so you should to go to store and get this world, engaged! It’s also my job to keep three small humans (ages six, four, and two) alive, to look after their social and emotional development, to make sure I don’t mess them up worse than Philip Larkin has already informed me I will. The latter makes the former very hard. So when I haven’t had time to read the latest novel or see the latest play, I turn to my kids for inspiration and material. I figure people can relate.
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