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Troy Worman

Dave! I love your blog. I've added it to my blogroll. Also, I love your dream job. I need to revisit mine. I wrote, "writer." I should elaborate. I agree 100% with your call to duty. Count me in.

Troy

Dave! 156 days later is your dream job the same? Mine is. Absolutely! But what have I done to make my dream a reality? Good question. I have actually put together an outline and started pushing through the 250 pages of scrawl I've written on *my topic* over the past 5 years. I am not setting the world on fire, but I am making progress. It is a process.

Dave

Hi Troy, There is an uncanny sense of timing with this question. Starting today and running through the weekend, the world's largest RV show is going on here in Tampa at the fair grounds. (ten minutes from the day job)

Absolutely fantastic that you have been thinking about and planning your dream job!

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This it's funny to comment 'cause we always want to be a big professional like doctor, or a lawyer, football player, and win lots of money but usually we ending study some thing completely different.

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