Don’t Call it a Comeback

I just got back from my latest Vermont College Residency, as like always, I riddled with a mix of joy at being back at home, and at sadness for leaving such a magical place. As always, the residency was great–full of great lectures and workshops, laughter and tears. My class felt especially close to the graduating students, so while I was happy to see them go, part of me wanted them to stick around just a little bit longer.

I’m heading into Semester 3: The Critical Thesis Semester. I have a good idea about what my thesis will cover, and if that doesn’t work out, I have a back-up idea. I’ll be working with Margaret “Here’s your thirty-page response letter” Bechard this semester. I also have a super secret novel that I’m hoping to work on with Margaret this semester.

And now, some pictures…

Here’s a picture of my and my last advisor, Rita Williams-Garcia.

Here’s a picture of one of my classmates, Rachel. And yes, that is a picture of Dean Cain in that poster behind her. Apparently, he’s still making movies:

Here’s another classmate, Larissa. I told her not to eat the chili in the cafeteria, but she had to learn the hard way:

I hope all you other VCers had as good of a time as I had! See you all in six months, if not sooner!

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