People ask me about Jane's school, and I have different answers for different types of people.
Some people I know are very into private school, and they would get a positive, we love most everything about it and Jane's teacher answer.
Other people I know are not as enthused about exclusivity, so I'd give a more nuanced answer, talking about how we're not sure if we fit in or if we want to.
Both are technically true -- we especially love her teachers, but we don't mesh fully with the culture so far and certainly feel out of place. JANE doesn't feel out of place though, which is a good thing.
I think this is true for anything I experience -- I change my story to fit my audience. Is there any authenticity? Am I being just a people pleaser? Although really who do I please with this particular example? Who cares?
Progressive Christian wife, mama, writer, editor & crocheter blogging from Baton Rouge
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