Paul Goldsmith enjoying the feeling of being behind the wheel of the "Goldy Special," a re-creation of the "Roarin' Relic," NASCAR's oldest remaining race car that is now on display at the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. A very nice piece -- written by Robin Miller of RACER.com, and a member of the Motorsports … Continue reading Paul Goldsmith, 95, reunited with HIS ‘Roarin’ Relic’
Hoping for more days like this with this amazing woman. A "Caring Bridge" post made by Judy last night... ************************ Just one more thing... Life finds me yet again sitting on my porch and thinking. Life is a constant struggle - from day to day- one thing to another. We all ask, “does it ever … Continue reading Here we go again…
Paul Goldsmith settles into the "Goldy Special" for a hot run down the runway on April 23, 2021 By Gray Bostick Rare is the opportunity for one to meet a childhood hero, someone you admired, perhaps even emulated, at times, as a youngster. And rarer yet is the chance to spend time with and around … Continue reading Paul Goldsmith: RACER
Mrs. Sarah Hubbard Bristow By Gray Bostick One of the blessings of being born and raised in a small Southern town is the close relationships that develop, friendships that have no end. Such was the case with Mrs. Sarah Bristow, a longtime family friend who recently passed away and moved on to her Heavenly rewards. … Continue reading In Memory: A Tribute to Sarah Bristow
(An explanation of what Meniere’s disease is. I seek no sympathy; I will be fine…there are others facing much direr and darker days. But AWARENESS about this life-altering disease is a critical first step to finding the cure that so many pray for daily.) What is Meniere’s disease? It seems hardly a day passes without … Continue reading What it’s like to have Meniere’s disease
To all of the law enforcement officers, firemen, wardens and others who dedicate their days to keeping ours safe. Thank You, and Bless you all. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABsGojg_Iqo
Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the blood. It develops in plasma cells, which are white blood cells that help fight infection. In multiple myeloma, cancer cells build up in bone marrow and take over the healthy blood cells. They create abnormal proteins that can damage your kidneys. Multiple myeloma affects more than one area … Continue reading What is multiple myeloma?
"Day breaks, and the boy wakes up.And the dog barks and the birds sing.And the sap rises...and the angels sigh, yeah" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JunmomMSK0