Okay guys and gals. The next week or two my schedule to get caught up with work and Presstronic Studios stuffs, will be jockeying to steal some the time I have allocated to my blogging schedule. So I am admitting up front that while my posts will obviously be daily, the written content may be a bit thinner side during this period.
I figure this is a great time to start posting some of my favorite photos I have either taken, or found on the web. This image was taken at Epcot a few years ago as I was heading to the World Showcase. It took me a couple of tries, and I had to stabilize my camera on a barrier, but I finally got the shot I was looking for. Continue reading “Reverse Waterfalls”
I can’t say that I have ever dreamed about being a writer. I didn’t grow up thinking I wanted to be a Robert Frost or Edgar Allen Poe, although I enjoyed some of their work. I didn’t even think about becoming a sports writer, nor did I even think about blogging. Of course, the latter didn’t even exist when I was growing up. Despite me excelling in language arts (This doesn’t make a great writer as my work here proves) throughout school, it never occurred to me that I would ever want to regularly put pad to paper for anything other than my shoddy drawings. Continue reading “Writing Habit”
Today is the final day of the Desk, 5 Days to More Engaging Content workshop. As someone who has struggled to use images without getting bogged down in my search of the perfect image, this workshop has certainly provided a lot of information that I will be using moving forward. Today’s challenge specifically was to use an animated gif or emoticon in our post. I figured this would be a great time to get a bit more specific about me and to add to my “about me” series which you can find on, you guessed it, my “About” page. Continue reading “Porsche Cars Are Really My Thing”
One of the many blessings I have in my life is an awesome brother, who would give you the shirt off his back in a snowstorm. We have a great realtionship, but do to a bit of georgraphical distance don’t get to see each other that much. One thing we do every year to at least get some time in together is to attend the 24 Hour Rolex race at Daytona International Speedway each year. As an added benefit, he works for a company involved with the automotive industry and can sometimes get us a little extra access to the race such as the pit area.
Continue reading “Work Like A Pit Crew”