Let the planning begin…

The end of the RV season is upon us. After over 8,000 miles of travel in 2018, Stevie the Bus is now officially in storage for the rest of the winter. Water lines were flushed, fuel and propane were topped off, and other than the monthly start of the engine and generator to keep things... Continue Reading →

Nashville lights…

There is something about the experience of live music that is refreshing. It seems the energy that performers put out while on stage, in some way or another, just finds its way into your body. Each artist, regardless of how small the venue, how unknown they may be, is giving you every bit of energy... Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving…

Going to Nashville for the Thanksgiving weekend...making time for the Bourbon Trail and Craft Trail on the way down, some great music all weekend, the final race weekend of the season for Formula 1, and of course Black Friday Bonnaroo tickets! I'm ready for another Summer to Remember! And Suzy and I are very thankful... Continue Reading →

Holidays are coming

Holidays are coming and that means so is depression and anxiety for a large number of people around you. Though the holidays can be a time of joy and excitement, many will never feel those positive emotions. Instead, the stresses that the holidays can bring will weigh upon them. So many things can lead to... Continue Reading →

Thankful…

My father will be 93 years old at the end of November. He is still living on his own and taking care of himself. There have been a few bumps in the road over the past few years, which included a surgery and rehabilitation period. He put forth a great deal of effort and was... Continue Reading →

Remember, Be Here Now

Remember, be here now: These words are hard to live by, but so important as we journey through life. Our lives are so complicated and as we mature, more and more responsibilities are piled upon us. As a teenager we may think of the journey as where we will go to college or what we... Continue Reading →

Formula 1 Road trip!

Preparation and planning for this trip really paid off. The bus ran flawlessly through all 2245 miles round trip. With all rain in the forecast, we drove on dry roads for all but the last 2 hours of the trip as we headed in toward Circuit of the Americas near Austin, Texas. We sat through... Continue Reading →

Dealing with anxiety…

Each day I wake up to some new thing to be anxious about. It used to be overwhelming at times. Did I turn off the lights when I left the house, is the alarm set, did I lock the front door, did Canary really identify that I left the house or is it still in... Continue Reading →

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