“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
~~ Mahatma Gandhi
I learned a lot. I met a lot of people. I had fine dining. I met friends face to face for the first time. I partied until late late late several nights. I went to Disney World for the first time. I went to a world famous gay bar–the Parliament House–that I haven’t been to since 1997. I laughed. I cried. Oh the gamut of human emotions.
I experienced nostalgia. It made me want to cry and I chose instead to laugh–memories of a dear departed friend.
I learned so much about my writing and what I am going to be doing for the next few years to make sure that I am a success.
I learned that it isn’t just my Evil Day Job that is wearing me out and that I can’t keep long hours the way I used to.
I grew even closer to my bosses at Dreamspinner Press.
I learned that I AM a writer.
I don’t want to go home….
….and I do want to go home.
I don’t want to lose the companionship of fellow writers…
…but I appreciate them even more when I do see them.
Thank You Universe
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