Fannish foibles writ large—and masterfully. Hi-larious.
Oh, Cookie. Thanks for the elegantly concise validation. I always liked you.
And then on Thursday I get called in to speak with the director of my training program, as all of us interns got to do this week, to review the comments that my supervisors had about me from my first three months at the hospital. For the most part, the comments were wonderful, really flattering — which is unusual for me, as I am not used to being one of the Wünderkind of clinical psychology, having long given up the expectation of being anything more than average in all of these difficult and new tasks that I’ve had to do in the last five years (therapy, testing, teaching, all different kinds of patients, languages, etc.), in this profession that just gets more and more competitive.
Just amazing. So glad she has this place to share. And, honestly, helps me a bit to put to rest my own clinical aspirations.
star trek + mbti [reboot version]
reboot | tos
Hour 8 - one of my Medill Students sends me a screen grab of my interview with the Chicago Tribune.
Looking at his expression actually hurts. But he’s making something wonderful of it on his tumblr.
This .gif is utterly brilliant. That look just cannot be misinterpreted, IMO.
The wonder, humility and oneness of being human, beautifully articulated by NDT.