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 →

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 →

RIP Jessi – We Need More Like You

"Reach for the stars" is an often used phrase to encourage young people to pursue, with fervor, their heart's desire.  Usually this phrase passes from the lips of a parent, coach, mentor or friend that knows them well and sees potential in said "young person" and believes in their future success. On the tragic death... Continue Reading →

Marking Time With Aston Martin

My work with the Keeneland Concours d'Elegance took me to Nashville's Carlock Motorcars last week.  As a full sponsor of the July 20, 2019 event in Lexington, Kentucky, Carlock Motorcars was kind enough to do a photo shoot with yours truly.  The featured marque at the Concours, all things Aston Martin will grace the elegant... Continue Reading →

Voices From the Past – Lessons Learned

I was interviewed last week by a local news outlet for whom I'll be writing auto content.  Excited about the new opportunity I anxiously awaited the phone call at the appointed time. Pleasantries were exchanged and recorders were activated as I answered reasonable questions about how and why I blog, where I went to school,... Continue Reading →

Honor Your Mother

Mothers are special. They know you better than you know yourself. They never give up, never give in, they are everywhere, just like Visa. One mother that is still alive and kicking is known by a number as well. No it's not 007, but just as stealthy, 66. Celebrations line the way from Chicago to... Continue Reading →

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