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"This isn't thriving. Rachel shifts in her seat and plays with her fingers, and honestly, in all her years of coming to a therapist, she's never had one speak to her as candidly as Susan does. Rachel moderately likes having someone treat her a bit more delicately. "I'm not trying to be mean, I'm just telling you what I see. You're throwing yourself into this work with these kids, and you're barely an adult yourself. " Rachel resents that, and the look on her features must express it. "I think it's good that you want to help, and that you're spending a bit of time here before going back to your life, but…". " Rachel asks, and it's hard to say the words, hurts to even contemplate that all her dreams have already crashed and burned and all that's left for her is a quiet life in Ohio. "You say things like that, and all I hear is the dread in your voice at the thought of settling. "I always taken I'd come back eventually," Rachel admits, looking down again. "For Finn," Susan says, and no, she's not wrong. "Finn who, by all accounts, was poised to take over the job you're now doing. "I'm only trying to call out how troubling it is that you're here, doing this. And perhaps you think this all ties you tighter to Finn, but Rachel, I do have to question why you want to do that in the first place. Surprising as it may be, Rachel doesn't likely to cry during her sessions. Traditionally, it's been the one place she could speak to someone and feel at ease, get advice or have someone actually listening to her. And yes, she may have friends now, but she's not entirely used to that, either, so she has row navigating which things to tell and which to keep to herself. She just knows it's better to talk to Susan than no one at all. "But if this is supposed to be temporary, what am I going to do next. " Rachel asks, and that's the big ask, isn't it. Rachel isn't used to not having a plan. High school, glee club, New York, NYADA, Broadway. She's managed to screw everything up so harshly that she doesn't even know where to begin making a new list or what might go on it. After everything that's happened, she can't very well just go back to New York and start over, can she. No one will want to work with her. She's shot herself in the foot, and she's terrified to have in mind that it's all over, just like that. Kurt calls her on the way home, and she really just wants to unwind and relax at home, contemplate her session and try not to wallow until tomorrow morning when she's back amongst actual people again. She makes some tea and watches television and thinks it's really ironic that she's so bad at being alone considering she's almost always done it. … … …. Look, his apartment's not shitty, positively. No, it's not some fancy place with art on the walls and shit, but he's got some decent furniture and a comfortable bed and food in the fridge. He can't really complain, even though some people would probably find a way to redress it sound like he's living in a slum. And it's not like Quinn hates it or anything, she just really likes her place in Hartford, and sure, it's a bit nicer, but she also pays out the ass for it and insisted on having all new shit and stuff. Which is fine, 'cause her mom helped her out or whatever. His mom helped him, too, but like, she gave him the old kitchen table and chairs that've been hanging out in the basement of her house for like three years since she got the new one. His frighten goes off and, like every morning, he switches it off and lies on his back for a few minutes before he knows he's gotta get up and shower. He likes to get a workout in on base before heading to the office. No, his job isn't anything spectacular and he all things considered won't do it for any great length of time, but he works filing things and doing some research and stuff, and answering phones. He's respected and he's good at what he does and it pays the bills, and really, he's too innocent to need anything more than that. The way he sees it, it'll be easier to figure out the rest when he's got a bit of money saved up to fund whatever it is he decides to do. He's making a protein shake when Quinn texts him to say adroit morning, which is fine. They exchange a few messages and it's nice or whatever, like it usually is. Sometimes he feels like she's just going through the motions. Pain, sometimes he knows that's what he's doing. He just…Look, relationships aren't really his thing as it is, so he's working pretty hard to be good at one anyway, then you throw in the long.
Italian Bread Baked on a Pizza Stone (cornmeal, eggs, brown sugar, olive oil, salt, flour, water, water)
Hot Dog of a Pizza (english muffin, ketchup, plum tomato, mozzarella cheese)
An Italian's Model Pizza Dough (yeast, butter, flour, honey, olive oil, salt, water, water)
Pizza On The Grill I (olives, flour, garlic, garlic, kosher salt, mozzarella cheese, olive oil, olive oil, roasted red peppers, tomato sauce, tomato, water, sugar)
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