Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Girl from the Sea
As she called it: The Queen of Double Standards.
And so it goes. I wished for commitment. For the undying, lawless, limitless, now and forever sort of commitment.
It was presented in the form of Boston. Of a future. I was factored in to the Big Picture of: this is what my life could be, and would you like to join?
I couldn’t say anything. I just looked at the wall and blamed him silently for our differences and for his future success and my future uncertainty. I blamed him for the undeniable excitement in his voice about a life that I wouldn’t fit into. And he asked me to try. And I blame him for wanting me to Fit.