Several Non-Sequiturs About Time and Stuff
Stephanie Georgopulos

I really enjoyed reading this — I almost didn’t, I’ll admit, because of the 9 minute read length and the fact that I should be in bed now, but I’m glad I did, and I loved the candor, the honesty, and the realness of this. It’s very accessible and authentic. I like how not only do you write about time but also it’s a representation of time in that you worked on this for a while and came to it at different points in your life. So it’s got that extra layer of meaning to it, so to speak. I like writing that transcends writing, if that makes sense, and this did that. Well, I’ll stop rambling now. Suffice it to say that this is a really good, well-written piece and I enjoyed all 9 minutes of it. Thanks for sharing.

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