I remember in 9th grade I read somewhere that Thom Yorke had said he’d rather make an album with a computer than a guitar and I flipped the fuck out bc computers?! anyway I was a huge boner womp womp womp
Eliot, I am DELIGHTED that you went the extra mile to correct the technical flaw in your paper that did, indeed, help make a difference in your letter grade. I knew from your mid-term that you were a solid student who suffered the consequences of some mind-blip during the exam that made you fail to see all the pages (!!)
Thank you for your kind words about the class. I also appreciated your thoughtful participation in class discussions. I could usually count on you for an analytical contribution - even if I pointedly had to call on you, instead of waiting for you to volunteer.
I hope that our paths do cross again. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I may be of help in your next semesters at Georgia Tech.
“Advice for good love: don’t love a woman
from far away. Choose one from nearby
the way a sensible house will choose local stones
that have frozen in the same cold and baked
in the same scalding sun.”—from “Advice For Good Love” by Yehuda Amichai (via isuckinstars)