From the Fauxhaus Blog:
This of course, can mean so many things as to make it truly mean nothing at all. In her 'old life' she was not President, and in her 'new life' she is not President: how much has really changed...?
Oh...but she EXPECTED to be President. THAT is what has changed. Her 'old life' hinged on Expectation, not actual living. What kind of life can you really have when you are waiting to become President, anyway? You have to not make waves, yet inspire the people you need to be inspired: in other words, you can never truly be yourself. I would think that is an 'old life' not worth living, but High Expectations can make people put up with a lot, evidently.
Perhaps they mean to imply that she has made peace with her 'old life', but the article doesn't really support that idea: there are too many Tweets to suggest Peace.
And, at this point, does anyone care about Hillary's new life? My guess is that the Democrats do not want to relive any of her Failed Expectations through New Insights, and the Trump Supporters would only be interested in potential Schadenfreude.
So, in the interest of the latter options, I have put together a poll:
When you read "Hillary coming to terms with her new life" your first expectation is for it to be about:
1. A Fresh and Invigorated Hillary, Healthy and at Peace with her past, finding fulfillment as a Grandmother with ample time for the children.
2. A Depressed and Reclusive Hillary, that -- like Greta Garbo -- just wants to be left alone.
3. Hillary has admitted herself into Rehab for her Alcohol Addiction. She will be proud to be an example of conquering addiction to other hard-working women playing on an unequal field.
4. Hillary has finally come out of the closet as a Lesbian.
5. Please tell me this isn't about the running for NYC Mayor thing.
I am Laslo.