14 thoughts on “Rollin’ through life

  1. A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step ~ Laozi

    Wishing you all the best in this new chapter of your life.

  2. Mose, I’m glad you’re happy and feeling more yourself. Best of luck with this new adventure. I hope you’ve been able to reconcile with your family or at least find some peace in that part of your life. Best wishes and keep on truckin’!

  3. So very happy to be reading some words from you. I wish you only the best and may it hold some peace and happiness for you. God bless you in your new walk in life.

  4. Hey Mose, it’s great to see a post. I’m glad you found something that you are enjoying. One step at a time!

  5. I was just thinking about you the other day. I am glad that you have found something that you enjoy and that you are finding peace.

  6. Wishing you all of the best, regardless of where your travels take you in life. You are a true gem!

  7. Mose,
    Best of luck to you in your new endeavor …sure hope thing work out for you and your family…keep safe out there…let me know if you are ever in the Utica, NY area..

  8. Mose, thank you for sharing your story. I’m really happy that you made the move to change jobs and put yourself first. Here’s to better days ahead! Hit me up if you EVER need anything even just to chat. I’m here for ya.

  9. So glad you are able to pick up and move on! You can’t give away so much of yourself and expect to have any left for you! Recharge so you can be happy and enjoy your children!

  10. I did wonder where’d you’d been Mose and figured something was going on. the last few years you’ve spread yourself too thin – left WI, married, step-dad, two kids of your own, working non-stop at the dealership plus TV along with whatever other personal things were going on. do what you know -step back, and breathe for a while. Things will fall into the places their supposed to. Just breathe. I hope the changes you are taking help set you back on your path.

  11. I’m glad to hear from you Mose. You made the right decision to change your life. And as a fellow bi-polar person, I know that medication can only do so much. I’m not surprised to learn that you were kind of burning the candle at both ends. I am really happy that you discovered a job that lets you see the country and have time to write and reflect. I will be following your fan page on facebook and look forward to you sharing pictures and stories from the road.

  12. Mose, glad to hear you’re doing so well, I obviously had no idea what you were going through. I relate to it more than you realize. Around the time that Out of Order was airing, I started what I thought was the last major step on the road to my dream career. Fast forward to February 2015 and I was miserable, with a reputation so unlike me I couldn’t believe it, and newly diagnosed with a disability that would make the career impossible (I do have it, this is just unfortunate). Instead of graduating with my friends, I was forced out and my life fell apart. I’m hoping that 2017 will be the year I can finally start to rebuild.

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