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The ongoing roof, insurance & mortgage company nightmare

I am at the the point of “what the fuck else if going to go wrong in my life.” Three months I have been trying to get my roof fixed & getting the run-around from the mortgage company on getting that done has become a total nightmare! Since dad passed away last year, this place… Read more »

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Self respect (a little rant)

Recently I was told SEVERAL times that I have no respect for myself because my language is a “bit colorful” at times. I realize that I have a bold personality and am a bit rough around the edges when it comes to diplomacy, and that my language is not always “clean,” but really?! No respect… Read more »

Spreading some of dad's ashes on the Tail of the Dragon

Memorial ride for my dad

I should have made this post after the trip, but didn’t. I am not sure I can explain why I didn’t, just that I was not ready I guess. Not sure I am not, but today, I am missing him very much. So, I thought I would maybe a few others before the day is… Read more »

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Albert T Waldron Memorial Day Ride (UPDATE)

  I have booked cabins for me, my 3 boys, 2 of my grandsons, my brother & a nephew at the Hunt’s Lodge Motorcycle Campgrounds & Cabins for the nights of May 28 & 29, 2016. Just click on the link so you can get yours booked. You will need to do it soon as all… Read more »

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My “Detaunte” (The greatest love & heartbreak)

  The definition of “detente” is “the easing of hostility or strained relations, especially between countries.” The definition of “taunt” is “to tease and excite.” The title of this post is a combination of these two words. It was done that way on purpose. Wether a cruel joke or just hidden multiple meanings, the man… Read more »

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Why Now?! ( still grieving)

I woke up this morning with dad on my mind. Maybe it’s the planning of the memorial ride in May that has him so close to the surface.  I really wish I had not gone into the hospital room and seen him that way. No matter what memory I have of him now, that vision… Read more »

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Planning for the Memorial Ride For My Dad

I have been working on this trip/ride for months, but also avoiding it. This is not/is something I want to do, but yet, it is something feel I have to do. So, to deal with it, I have made it more into more than just a day to remember my Dad and spread a few… Read more »

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The Day My Life Changed Forever

7 years ago today my life was changed forever when I took a little tumble off my loaded flatbed & shattered both my wrists. It took 3 years to fully heal & neither wrists healed right. The right has a 5% angle & the left a 10% angle. The doctor restricted me to lifting no… Read more »

I had Chris change the butte in the design to look like the ones we were standing in front of in Sedona, AZ.

Dad’s Memorial Tattoo (1st Session)

Chris at Eternal Expression Tattoos worked very hard on making this the perfect tribute to my Dad for me. Two weeks we talked back and forth through Facebook Messenger and phone calls. Each time he sent me a copy of the change, I sent it to my brother, Bert. We would talk about it and I… Read more »

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    Kentucky Motorcycle Vacation July 26 to 31, 2015

    Family and friends, new and old, come join me in the beautiful Daniel Boone National Forest for a week of riding, camaraderie and fun.We will be camping at  Falls Creek Cabins & Campgrounds. I have reserved D2 campsite for 5 night starting July 26th and it will hold up to 6 people. I will be trailering… Read more »

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    Mr & Mrs Steffan Elliott (Brittany & Steffan get married)

    On March 14, 2015, Steffan and Brittany were married!! Here are a few pictures of the day!    

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    My 1/2 Scale TARDIS

              January 9th I finally got my 1/2 scale Peter Capaldi TARDIS.  Hangar 18 Props met me in Moss Point, MS & I rushed home to get it put together. It wasn’t an easy thing to do.   The wood being so thin, some on it split while putting it together…. Read more »

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    January 2014 Ice Storm that Shut the South Down

    The temperature dropped from 81° to 63° from Cape Canaveral to Gainesville, FL. The sky was overcast and I was hitting spots of rain. At the moment, I did not expect to run into the white stuff till I got on the other side of Tallahassee. The other pilot car that ran the rear escort drives… Read more »

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    Doctor Who “The Time of the Doctor” Christmas Screening Party

    I am loving these screening parties for Doctor Who! Fear Fete has done a great job! I had a blast! Oh and this time I didn’t have to tell the bartender how to make a sonic screwdriver drink. There was a good crowd and we had plenty of TVs to watch the show on. Of… Read more »

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    Dr. Who 50th Anniversary Screening Party

    Being such a BIG fan of Doctor Who for so many years, when I found that there was a screening party I did my best to make sure I was there for it. I had a load that I was escorting and it was running late. I was really pressed for time. I made it… Read more »

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    18 Wheels MA and Bikes, Blues & BBQ

      I joined a trucker/biker group called 18 Wheel Motorcycle Association in August. They had their first “Meet and Greet” during the “Bikes, Blues & BBQ Rally” and I rode up. I love the reaction people have when they see a woman riding on a motorcycle by herself. I had a woman walk up to… Read more »

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    “Employer Mandate” by Sara Sorcher

    Employer Mandate By Sara Sorcher September 5, 2013 | 8:10 p.m. A ball of fire hurtled toward Randy Ross, a convoy commander for KBR, the Defense Department contractor. Ross was driving his truck out of Baghdad, where he had just delivered fuel and mail for U.S. troops in August 2011, when Iraqi insurgents fired an armor-piercing… Read more »

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    Grand Jury Issues Indictment in Baxter murder

    The Grand Jury in Murray, KY determined that there is enough evidence to go to trial. The charges against Michelle Baxter are: first degree murder, tampering with evidence and felon with a firearm. August 12th Michelle will appear before the judge and enter her plea. The prosecutors say it will probably play about a year… Read more »

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    The Mile Marker Ahead

    Twin ribbons of asphalt and concrete stretch as far in front of me as it does behind. No matter if on two, four or 18 wheels, the open road is my first, best, one true love. It is my adventure, my peace of mind, my safe haven. The windshield is the movie screen of my… Read more »