Ok, ok, it’s been a few years since I have returned and I don’t even know if anyone still follows this blog, but I had to share this. It hits so close to home I think it took a few shingles off of the roof and, no, I didn’t write this. The link is at http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/a25448/this-stupid-car-saved-my-marriage/
This just goes to show you, the answer is always going to be Miata. At 135k, I still have no plans of giving her up.
So now for the not so good news. Well, not so good news for some, may be good news for me. I’m going to have to delete this blog soon. I can’t go into too many details, but I have been talking with various members of the Friends group for the state parks, and at some point this year, I will be filming the pilot episode of my video podcast. It will highlight various places around my state with a heavy emphasis on the state parks. I don’t know if it will be a success or not, but if it is, it would be too easy to trace this blog back to me and I can’t take that risk.
So once again, thank you. I read back to where this all started. I was miserable, trapped and had no one to turn to. These events, though, have led me on the greatest adventure of my lifetime. I still remember that journey I took across this great state and speak of it often. That single day changed my life. From there I continued to explore this great state. I discovered my passion for photography. The passion was always there. It just took this one push to bring it to the surface. Now I have a registered business. I spend countless hours donating my services to help various communities across this great state. I have met thousands of people along the way. I have made countless friends from one corner of this state to the other. I have made a name for myself. A while back, I actually had someone at work recognize my name because they have followed my work with the state parks. I have a completely different attitude at work. They treat me like I’m some kind of rock star now. Where I once felt cursed, I now feel so completely blessed. The only direction to go in now is forward. I wake up wondering where this great adventure will take me next. Maybe we’ll meet again one day. For now, though, I’ll be seeing you on YouTube.