Many years ago, when I left home to enter the University of Maryland, it was with the intention of living there only from September through May of each year. It was my expectation – which events justified – that from June through August between terms I would work a summer job, ideally one that would enable me to live at home in order to avoid depleting my earnings by paying rent. It was further my expectation – which events also justified – that upon graduation, I would depart for whichever new location the job market or post-graduate study took me. | Read more at CNHT
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