“Delusions of grandeur” has always been my favorite term since the moment I heard it when I was young. Fast forward to today, and I’m having my own. I’m not saying it’s a bad thing in my case, but it’s probably not entirely good.
I’m still grounded, don’t get me wrong. I still work my day job eight hours a day and take care of my home and family. I’m not frivolous, and I don’t burn bridges.
But there’s more in this world. I was once told I wasted my fifteen minutes on trolling a popular social justice blogger, but I don’t feel that’s true. I’ve created something great, and I truly believe it could light the world up if given the chance.
I speak, of course, of Freedom Lane.
I took another leap to push this pet program ahead a few more steps. Will it work? Will it fail? I don’t know. What I do know is that I’d kick myself if I didn’t take an opportunity presented to me, risky as it may be.
But the risk is minor when compared to what it can come to be if successful.
So I’ll be working as usual, not burning my bridges, and spending my spare time on writing and pushing Freedom Lane upward.
The call to grandeur is just too great to ignore.
You can find Freedom Lane (if interested) though my main page or here: budgiebigelow.com/freedom-lane