Sunday, October 21, 2012

160/365 turning points

I suppose there should be things that really stick out in the mind, if there are true turning points.  But right now nothing strikes me like that.
Let's see.  Once I had a dearly admired professor who used my paper as an example of "how not to write a paper" -- that was a turning point in my education, and I became smarter for it.
Leaving Steve wa a big turning point.  After six years of being together, I'd finally had enough, and went to live with my parents for a year and a half, and then finally on my own, for the first time in my life, back in 1988, and I have been alone (for the most part) ever since.

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