Tammy: What if it’s not privilege and just the private, internal comment of a highly gifted brat who works differently?
Tammy: Working with Aly was extremely difficult for me. We are not at all alike; she has that smugness in her own cleverness that drives me wild even with my closest friends. […] I would quite literally come out of my office at the end of the day and bang my head against the wall. Only knowing that she works beautifully kept me going.
I am more like her mother than I ever realized.