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August 31, 2004

Fall is in the Air 

Autumn......

I sense the change of seasons. It is time to turn over a new leaf, watch the leaves change colors and fall, and experience a renewal. It's that time of year. I've seen over half a century of those changes, but this one is special. I'm in a place to see things I ain't ever seen before.

I'm finding me. Not necessarily a pretty sight, but a real image. An image of what I am and what I can be. Like it or not this is me. Hello world!

Time for me to be horizontal. I'll be vertical long before most have even dreamed about tomorrow. I want tomorrow. I want it now!


August 15, 2004

New Wheels and New Horizons 

I have new wheels sitting outside my apartment and still don't believe it finally happened. And of course I'm leaving town today and won't get to enjoy my 300 Limited (Pimpmobile II) for another week. Time for a (personal, non-business) road trip! I think some folks call it a vacation.

Now it's time to take care of me. I've spent many, many years carrying a sack of bricks that may or may not have been my responsibility. No more! I'm starting with a clean slate, a clear head, a smile on my face, and the potential to accomplish whatever I set out to do.

Those that know me understand the implications of that. Stand back!

August 01, 2004

Home Again 

It has been a busy 2 weeks. Two weeks of working 10 hour days in Nashville, then a trip to Greenville, MS to help Heather move to her new apartment (it's so cool!). I'm gettin' too old for this shit, but it was fun!

The drive from Nashville to Greenville was only 5 1/2 hours and the drive from Greenville to Chattanooga was done in record time (7 hours). It was worth every minute invested, 'cause of the time I got to spend with Heather (I love her so much). I've even started to heal from the fall on Friday that almost broke my arm (damn flip flops with slick bottoms). I wasn't even drinkin' at the time.

I'm back in Chattanooga now and am glad to be here (there's no place like home). Not that stuff is exactly squared away, but I'm ready to face whatever comes along. I have a new job and lots of unknows tommorrow, but am ready for the challenge.

Whatever others have on their minds (or hearts) is O.K. with me. I've got my shit together and can handle what the world serves up. It's time for me to live my life like today is the last day.

I'm gettin' a new Crysler 300 this week. After driving junk for the last 20 years it's time for me to ride in style. Maybe I'll even get it with a Hemi and a big insurance tab (who gives a shit)?

Life is good 'cause I'm here and am feeling like a real human being. Call me if you want to smile!!

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