Eliza Doolittle Day

By William Bruce Ellis Ranken (1881-1941)
[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

What am I fit for? What have you left me fit for? Where am I to go? What am I to do? What’s to become of me?” 
(Pygmalion Act 4, Line 51)

Eliza Doolittle’s words echo regularly in my mind. This is my refrain in young adulthood. No longer a child, still establishing myself as the mythical Adult, I wonder what is to become of me. Continue reading

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