1086

July 27th, 2011 § 7 comments

1086

§ 7 Responses to 1086"

  1. Tanya Reader says:

    Thanks for everything, Elissa. You’ll be missed.

  2. Melissa says:

    I’ve really enjoyed visiting this site and will definitely miss it. Best wishes to all of you!

  3. Salva says:

    Thank you for everything, Elissa. I have really enjoyed visiting academichic, and talking about it with my friends. I will miss all of you!

  4. Ela says:

    You’re name is as beautiful as you are! But you’re still ‘E’ in my head :) Thank you for sharing so much over the past few years. This was one of my favorite sites and all three of you always made me smile. You will be missed!

  5. Emma says:

    Thank you for all the inspiration (I was thinking of you when I was clothes shopping just a few days ago). And I feel really quite touched at you revealing your name – I have always wondered what it was!

  6. heather says:

    Thank you so much Elissa for all you have shared of yourself, your flair for unexpected and fabulous color combinations and bold shoes! You have set me on fire for color and i am gearing up for an experiment with a yellow-gold and Turquoise outfit this fall. speaking of which i was reminded recently of your praise of your blouson blouse and proposal for ‘goldenrod’ rather than ‘mustard’ yellow when I saw a blouse described as “daffodil”. what do you think? I thought it was good and am now trying to refer naturally to my new ‘daffodil’ top.

    On a more personal note, I recall in the post on job interview attire that you mentioned one of your preferences was a Christian college on the East Coast. Well this fall I will be joining the history faculty at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, which is a lovely, small christian liberal arts college in Santa Barbara. Now I know it is the wrong coast and as I will be new I have no idea on the status of its art faculty or department, but do keep it in mind. I have so enjoyed your witty subject headings and reflections on all manner of subjects in addition to your fabulous sense of style that I know you would be a great addition to the community and I would love to get to know you better.

    All the best for the coming year as you welcome baby #2 and work on completing the dissertation!
    heather

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