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Theglasshouse

WF Veterans
Congratulations on publishing a book on your experiences with add. Not all of us had ways to cope with it. To this day I think schools can be deceptive if a student doesn't say they have a disability. Since I didn't have any idea on what add or dyslexia meant I had a rough time in school. Also, not everyone gets published. As a diplomat's son at the time I couldn't get the help I needed. Thanks for sharing the accomplishment Leec. Speaking of which you could use a trophy or medal since you got published again.
 

indianroads

Staff member
Global Moderator
Congratulations! That’s an awesome feeling. Have you ordered a couple books for yourself? Holding the fruit of your labors in your hands is amazing.
 

LCLee

Financial Supporter
Congratulations! That’s an awesome feeling. Have you ordered a couple books for yourself? Holding the fruit of your labors in your hands is amazing.
Thanks Ken. Yeah, I sent for a few copies for friends and relatives that encouraged me to write about it instead of talking about it all the time.
I checked out your web page, and it seems we have a lot in-common. I was a contract aerospace engineer for many years and retired in 2014. I still have a love of motorcycles, but have cut them down to a Moto Guzzi, Harley, and several Norton Commandos.
I’m still writing but struggling to finish my WIP.
 

indianroads

Staff member
Global Moderator
Thanks Ken. Yeah, I sent for a few copies for friends and relatives that encouraged me to write about it instead of talking about it all the time.
I checked out your web page, and it seems we have a lot in-common. I was a contract aerospace engineer for many years and retired in 2014. I still have a love of motorcycles, but have cut them down to a Moto Guzzi, Harley, and several Norton Commandos.
I’m still writing but struggling to finish my WIP.
Does your Guzzi have the forward facing V-twin? The story I've heard is that Guzzi copied the Indian Motorcycle model 841 (1941-43).
Indian841sm.jpg
 
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