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Re: About being someone's Jessica frida

Posted by jammerlich on January 30, 2006, at 20:43:39

In reply to Re: About being someone's Jessica jammerlich, posted by frida on January 30, 2006, at 16:42:57

Frida, thanks so much for sharing those stories. They show such special relationships. Do you find yourself sharing much with your former student? She's still fairly young, I guess. Not that I'm all that old, but still. I'm in my early 30's now and my teacher is in her mid-60's. She only started sharing personal things with me in the last couple of years and it feels like such a privilege. As an aside, she had to tell me about 4 years ago to start calling her by her first name. It felt so awkward to me at first and I had to force myself to do it - because I knew she really wanted me to. But now it feels natural.

I'm glad you feel hopeful that you are a Jessica to your T. That must be a really nice place to be!




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