\ lil-i-PYOO-shuhn \ , adjective;
1.Extremely small; tiny; diminutive.
Today I felt like a lillipute. (I know this isn’t a word…but I’ve been thinking it all day. Just de-adjectivized it.)
I am now working at UNCA as well as Mars Hill. Same thing, different days, except they don’t know that I don’t know what I’m doing…yet. Whispered to the chef today that, “no, my degree is not in marketing. But in Religion and Philosophy. I won’t tell them if you don’t.”
So I should be doing things like discussing, “What IS marketing? Why does one market?”
Back to the lillipute. I walked in the office, two minutes early for work after wrestling with parking and my yellow umbrella. I said hi the receptionist. She walked to my boss’ office and said, “Beth’s here.”
And my boss said, loudly, “Shit.”
Ooh how tiny and diminutive I felt. All day the feeling lasted. Though it did make me laugh to think about the way she said it all day long. Should be a really positive experience for me.