Thursday, July 12, 2018
Monday, July 9, 2018
The day could not pass without remembering the life of Mark Goodwin, Constable of Police, died in the line of duty 9 July 1991.
There, but for the stroke of a pen, go I.
Sunday, July 1, 2018
Somehow, during the past month or so, I have not written. Why?
There are numerous reasons why, some that can be disclosed, others that shouldn't be disclosed. Press on, and let the words fall where they should be written.
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Recall two prior posts when I commented that not all was bad?
Earlier this week the publisher of the article scheduled a photo shoot. While the Reader may not recognize the significance of that invitation, First Fans will understand given the track record that has been accomplished in the past few years.
It seems that almost everything that I have written about has been accepted and published.
I have to work on my own self image to accommodate that I may in fact be a rising writer.
Sunday, May 27, 2018
Australian motor racing come of age. Today.
Over the years, I have watched and met some great Australian racers.
Sir Jack Brabham - watched, met and stood in awe.
Alan Jones and Mark Webber. Both winners and worthy of our nation's praise.
Today, Daniel Riccardo. added his name to the list, winning the first crown jewel of the day, the Monaco Grand Prix.
But in the world of Motor Sport, the crown jewels include the Indianapolis 500, Will Power becoming the first Australian to do what Sir Jack was unable to do.
Many years ago at the Surfers Paradise Grand Prix, I had the honor of meeting Roger Penske, at a time when his team couldn't get a win. I told him he needed an Australian to drive for him.
We waited, and the Captain delivered.
Australian motor sport unrests the crown jewels.
Saturday, May 19, 2018
Recall I said that it wasn't all bad after I submitted a feature article, the first in three years?
Look for the article to be published in the coming months. Submission accepted.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Not all bad things have evolved from this period.
Yesterday I was able to submit a feature article, the first such submission in almost three years. Why?
For the past three years I have been gainfully employed in an industry that pays for a forty hour week and demands a hundred hour week. Between the Southern California commute and sleeping, I can examine almost every aspect of my life that has been vanquished for the industry. It is not wonder now that my body is sleeping more, recovering from the damage that has been exerted.
That doesn't pay the bills though.
Not out of the woods yet.
I'll get there after I have a nap.