Twenty Years From Now…
Not from Mark Twain, but from H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
I saw this the other day and it hit me pretty hard because just over twenty years ago, I was starting my path into the writing world with my own newsletter. Then many, many freelance gigs for several publications for the next six years. Then my life took a turn where I focused on other things that I deemed more important.
I sit here today working my way back into a writing career and I don’t want to take a twenty year look back and wish I would have kept going.
My push for great things in 2012 continue.
NOTE: the above quote is NOT from Mark Twain, but from H. Jackson Brown, Jr. (actually his mother said it, he just published it in a book called “P.S. I Love You”) Thanks to my friend Steve Trottier for his work to find the real author of this quote.
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Yes I can… appreciate the support on this.
I feel like this is our mantra this year. Vahid and I are planning some big things and hopefully they will come to fruition. It will pretty much cause a 180 in our lives, but I am okay with that.
I am also excited to read about what the rest of 2012 brings you and your wonderful writing!
I can’t wait to hear about your’s and Vahid’s plans and projects for this year. This is the year of change for many of us and positive steps forward.
And of course, I will be sharing my projects and other ventures throughout the year.
Yes, I feel the change too. Now to continue to push myself each and every day for this change.
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