If I was to compare my life to a speed limit 10 years ago, I would say It was like driving the German Autobahn - no speed limit. I have been running in 5th gear most of his life. It's how I rolled. Up north, for me..this was a must. run as fast as you can and hold on. Be there first, do it first...get that seat on the train unless a woman was standing and offer first . Impatient, buy classy Yankee
Life for me up north was like sitting at a red light and trying to time the green light just right to get a good start and get on down the road. I was in NASCAR mode, not only in the car but at the job, going shopping, and most everything else in life.
I now have taken it down a couple of gears. I would equate it to now going about 35 MPH...Living in the south lets you do that without too much stress. I see things in life more clearly now. Like.................
How long have they been selling this? and how does it taste? in my NASCAR mode, I would have never even noticed this
Really? exotic kangaroo ?
Going 35 MPH in life lets you do things like reflect and enjoy..below is images from just one day recently this month..
|Old school lunch|
|A visit to a local WWII Memorial|
|Memories fro WWII heroes|
|My wife, enjoying her love - the beach|
|Meeting new and interesting people|
|You don't see many of these up east! As a matter of fact, you don't see many in Florida either!|
|Here's looking at cha . kid !|
|Ho-Hum and loving it!|
Wow! and all in one day doing 35 MPH...I can't wait until tomorrow ! Simple ? Yes, but it took me awhile to get it..