Taking seriously Foucault's transformative ethos that calls upon us 'not to remain the same,' this chapter presents and performs an account of the author’s practice of account giving thus far: it turns back on the narrative 'I' of this thesis, tracing its vistas of emergence. First, it ponders the Foucaultian notion of limit-experience as a means to alleviate some of the difficulties of yet another beginning. By way of recounting this story, the chapter sets out to map the limit-experiences and liminal spaces in and through which this first person perspective and its properties have been forming. Reconstructing these processes serves the purpose of constructing an experience for the both of us that facilitates an active and creative engagement with whatever may appear as 'I.' In this way 'I' can continue to be 'other' without turning into yet another object or fixity in our thinking and writing.