JOE ISN’T AN MCS SISTER—- BUT JOE IS AN ACQUAINTANCE– A BLOG FRIEND– I FOLLOW JOE’S BLOG– & JOE FOLLOWS MY BLOG— JOE DOESN’T HAVE MCS– JOE IS A AGORPHOBIC!! IT IS AWESOME TO LEARN WHAT HE HAS TO GO THROUGH NOT BEING ABLE TO LEAVE HIS “SAFE HOME”– FOR OTHER REASONS THEN WHY MCS PEOPLE CAN’T LEAVE THEIR “MCS SAFE HOMES”— JOE WROTE A BOOK– IF YA WANT TO— SUPPORT JOE– IN WHAT EVER WAY YOU SEE FIT— THANKS JOE FOR BEING YOU & SHARING & THE SUPPORT YOU SHOW TO ALL OF US WITH MCS!!!!!!!!!!!
What do you do after your dream comes true? Do you wake up the next day, pat yourself on the back, and rest upon your laurels? Is it enough to simply say “I did it?” Is that joy enough – and how long does that last? Shouldn’t life be a journey from start to finish, and not a rest stop where you decide to get off and live until your time is up?
The reason I pose so many questions to everyone – including myself – is because this is the situation in which I currently find myself. And to tell the truth, it is uncomfortable.
My long-time dream of publishing a book came true about 2 weeks ago. I am now “officially” published. My book is out there, and anyone can buy it and read it. You would think that the glow of this accomplishment would linger a while…
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