The Indy 500 Is Back And Better Than Ever

Covid-19 changed many people's lives. Loyal Indianapolis 500 fans weren't spared. It ran with a skeleton crew in 2021 (135,000 fan limit) masked and mourning. In 2020 it was held, but without fans in attendance. To say that this year's race was epic is an understatement. 300,000 attendees, including this one, made history upon the... Continue Reading →

Wrath Is Spelled 12.10.21 Part Two

Mayfield, KY Six months last Tuesday. Six minutes to some… Six years to others… The calendar says six months since the 12.10.21 “monster” ripped through so many lives in Kentucky’s 200 mile track. They say time heals all wounds, but the physical scar on the land is visible from space. As spring brings flowers and... Continue Reading →

Wheelz in Savannah, GA

Ahhh Savannah, charm of the south. Letting Savannah settle on your soul takes a little time. Our week long treck through its squares and marshes was just what the doctor ordered. Last year at this time I was in the midst of a fight for my life. Midway through chemo, strolling anywhere would have been... Continue Reading →

Wheelz In The Panhandle

St. George Island, FL My handle was the Florida panhandle a few weeks ago as we trekked toward my brother’s place for a mid-winter escape from normalcy. My internment in the winter doldrums was about to expire. Over the past few months I have discovered a writer named Sean Dietrich. His podcast Sean of the... Continue Reading →

Wheelz in Laurel, Mississippi

Laurel, Mississippi was a sleepy little town ten years ago. Smack dab in the old south, it’s blue skies and live oaks were admired by friends and neighbors calling it home…then a thing called “Home Town” happened. The flagship show of HGTV chronicles the adventures in rehab-land of locals Ben and Erin Napier. It’s such... Continue Reading →

Wrath is Spelled 12.10.21

It was unusually warm for December. We hadn't seen my cousin in awhile and thought it might be nice to head over to the lake since it was such a nice day. Reports were that there was a storm brewing but that it wouldn't come until evening. I heard the words "big event" in the... Continue Reading →

The Longest Road

I had lost MY independence. The unbelievable had happened. I had cancer. You may have noticed that I’ve been strangely absent in recent months. The reason: Hodgkin Lymphoma. My battle began almost two years ago with an abnormal blood test and led to a fist sized tumor removed from my chest February 2021. I had... Continue Reading →

Cars, Corona and Confinement

The days of self-confinement have run together.  I am a homebody usually, so this new way of doing things at home is nothing new to me.  I enjoy writing in the comfort of the office couch with dogs scattered at my feet, for others this is a topsy turvy change to their routine that is... Continue Reading →

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