Saturday, 11 July 2015

Profound Apologies

TO ALL MY FRIENDS OUT THERE, it's been too long since I've been on this post. Things have become quite hectic in our neck of the woods as of late. My wife and I were the co-chairs for the 54th INTERNATIONAL ANTIQUE AUTO MEET, which our local car club hosted in Pincher Creek, AB just last weekend (July 2nd - 5th). Our little club, based out of Lethbridge, AB, hosts the event every ten years and has been planning this for the past five years and the last few months have been very busy. Fortunately we can pass the torch to Edmonton next year, and they'll be handing off to Saskatoon after that.

Along the way, my family was saddened by the passing of our father who left us after a courageous battle with heart problems on May 28th. I'm happy to say that he beat the odds by eighteen years and made it to the age of 90, while keeping reasonably active and his mind sound. I'm still heavily involved getting his estate settled and moving ahead with life but I'm seeing light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.

I've got more stories coming so please be patient. I'll endeavor to either entertain you or give you a good excuse not to read anymore. But I really enjoy writing and telling a story. And I enjoy knowing that I'm closing in on 10,000 hits since my first post. Who knows? Someday I might learn how to write...

Many thanks for your patience,
George M. Stringam

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