A Long Way from Home

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Strategic Book Publishing, 2012
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Learning to do something is frequently the easier part. Doing it well takes the effort. A year on the road taught me a lot, and also let me know how much more I needed to experience. It seemed we were settling into the job, getting the routine down, and becoming comfortable with the demands. Many things that worried me a year ago were now dismissed with a casual wave of my hand. The stress level was lower and I was relaxing. My confidence was growing. I began to wonder when the adventures would stop, when the job would get blas, when I would get bored. It hasn't happened yet

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About the author (2012)

Born in California. Father worked in construction; moved a lot. Settled in Southern California. Attended high school. Met best friend Harry. Graduated high school. Started College. Got married, not Harry. Moved to Washington State. Divorced. Worked as a waitress. Worked as a grocery clerk. Worked at anything that paid the rent. Wanted a career. Took an accounting course. Worked as accounting clerk. Got married. Worked as accounting clerk. Moved back to California. Daughter born. Stayed home with daughter for five years. Took job at her elementary school library. Daughter started high school. Worked at public library. Thought finally found career. Went back to college. Divorced daughter's father. Heard about reunion web site. Found best friend Harry living in Las Vegas. Moved to Las Vegas. Worked as accounting clerk. Married best friend Harry. Got tired of sitting at a desk shuffling paper. Enrolled in truck driver training school. Definitely found career! Surprised friends with news. Went on the road with Harry. Started journal of adventures driving truck. Still keeping journal.

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