A student asked me for a character reference the other day because the university he wants to attend has discovered a criminal caution he had received as a child for stealing a Nutri-Grain bar and he needed to prove he … Continue reading
My iron looked disappointed this morning.
In Peter Shaffer’s play, Equus, a psychiatrist tries to piece together the reasons why his patient, a teenage boy, has stabbed out the eyes of six horses with a hoof pick. The play is Freudian in what seems now an … Continue reading
Originally posted on throbbings of noontide:
Last year I bought my first house. I’m quite old for someone buying their first house, but it took me ages to grow up enough, and I still failed entirely to take the process…
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