When Hiccups Arise

I am a hiccup. I didn’t know it until I read a university official’s email about a grant I had gotten. He was discussing the turmoil the grant created because it involves treasurers and CEOs rather than students. Meanwhile, it has taken weeks of discussions and budget corrections to get the thing processed, mainly because they couldn’t figure out where to put the money. During a weaker moment, I came close to telling them. Now, this guy was congratulating his team for their ability to work together “when hiccups arise.” The timing couldn’t be better, because I am working on … Continue reading When Hiccups Arise