- 3 March, 2012 -
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Graduation is two months away. For some of us, that’s two months too long. Many of us however view these two months as a measurement of our efforts for the past four years. If we find something to do, this college degree was worth it. If we don’t, we just wasted 4 years of our life. I wasted my winter break, worrying, worrying, worrying and worrying about my law school applications. I honestly cannot remember anything from break except for the locations where I worried and the conversations that worried me the most. Most of my conversations with friends now revolve around graduation plans. It makes me want to pull all my hair out. Unemployed graduating seniors, trust me I understand your pain. This one’s for you my friends.
I’m not terribly good at making bread because I’m too good at kneading. I use to take ceramic classes and knead couple pounds of hard clay for at least 10 minutes. I over kneaded this bread of course, but that’s okay. I made it purposely hard so that my unemployed senior friends could channel their frustrations towards pulling it apart. That being said, it was still pretty good.
The recipe will be up on my food column on March 23rd.
As a word of advice, for those who are not at this crossroads: try not to judge those of us who aren’t unemployed or accepted grad school students yet. We’re worried enough as it is. Instead, bake us some bread, buy us a punching bag (or offer yourself up as one), or take
us me to watch ‘The Swimsuit Issue’.