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Things always work out in my life. It’s usually nothing like the way I imagined it, but it still works out.
One good example: If you had asked me four years ago if I thought that going to the University of Nevada was good for me and my journalistic aspirations, I would have laughed and been like, “Dude, are you kidding?” (though I’m not sure if that “dude” would have been a part of the sentence, because I think that speech habit was picked up during college).
Once upon a time, I didn’t really care about Lost. Then I started working with Karen, who told me that the show was brilliant. So I started watching it.
From day one, I was sucked in. I’d come to work and tell Karen about where I was, since I had months to finish and catch up before the final season started.
“You mustn’t mind my sister. She’s a storyteller. She’s making up stories for you. I don’t mean lies, I mean stories. It’s her way. She’s fitting you in.”
— from The Children’s Book, A.S. Byatt