Happy New Year 2011

It’s that time of year. We are setting goals and making resolutions. Goals like five wins, tens wins, a championship, no DNF’s, build a new car… Maybe goals like stopping smoking, losing 10 pounds, or improve our marriage… Maybe on a spiritual level – to get to church, join a Bible study, or attend a

Merry Christmas 2010

What a great time of the year Christmas can be if we can remove the clutter. We can get tied up with running from house to house, which is fun but not the reason or needed focus for the season. We can get tied up with gifts, getting and giving. We can get tied up

Anticipation

Do you get excited about this time of year? In my house, there is A LOT of excitement! There is the anticipation of Christmas, gifts, family, songs, food, shopping and so forth. In racing, there is a lot of excitement of anticipated events, when it is announced a driver is coming to town, or the

Don’t Forget Them

Don’t forget them December 7th, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy (FDR –  President of the United States of America) It was a morning just like September 11th, 2001. America was going about its business, children in school, little ones playing, mom’s and dad’s working, farmers farming, etc. Then the news broke.

Thank You to the Veterans!

On November 11th America honors the Veterans who have served this nation. I want to thank each one of you that have served from grandparents of generations past in my family, to my Dad, to my brother-in-law, to my uncles, my cousins, and my nephew currently serving. You have give much more than your time.

Happy Thanksgiving

One of the cool moments in racing is the Victory Lane celebrations, as the winning driver jumps out of the car and gives thanks to the sponsors, team, and owners. On television, even after a wreck, drivers will do the same and also thank the safety workers. This is a sport where we need to