It can be very scary when taking on a new project, especially when it's near and dear to your heart. You want everything to be just right. There seems to be a million things that need consideration, decisions of feasibility, and bunch more things that seem to take the fun out of it and mucking up the whole works.
When my brother Joe told me he thought he had ALS, I shrugged it off and told him the odds we astronomical that he would have the same thing that killed our dad. Little did I know. He knew, even before being diagnosed by the doctors. He was way smarter than I am.
I didn't want to believe it, Joe and I were close. I din't want to see him go through the same thing I watched my father go through so many years before. I tried so hard to convince him that it had to be something else but not ALS. No matter how much you deny something it doesn't make it true.
I miss him terribly, but we're getting things moving now and him memory lives on. I have faith he will continue to touch lives in positive way over a cup of coffee.
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