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Re: what's it fer?



Well, someone around here is bound to find fault with that.
However, you, at least, have got it right.

Derek Lyons wrote:

> At 11:16 9/29/99 -0700, marty wrote:
> >This statement is contrary to what we usually hear about following your
> dream,
> >which generally suggests we work at what we like -- but I think it is worthy
> >of serious consideration.
>
> I won my own bookstore, am making no money, but am having a blast!  'When
> you find a job you like, you'll never work a day again in your life'.  It's
> a matter of priorities.
>
> My wife and I have chosen to live more simply than we might desire in order
> to follow our dreams.  She'll one day be a CPA.  I'll make money and be
> well known in a narrow circle someday.  Meanwhile, we're young and in love.
>
> Who needs more?
>
> D.
>
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