> Within 24 hours of my "experience" (heart attack), I was outfitted with my
> enjoying reading through the dailying postings on the list. There's
> learning and laughing along with others to focus the mind and get the body
> Bill Stagg
Phil Ethier wrote:
How is it going now you have some time on it?
Thanks for asking, Phil. Things are going so well that my 5-week sabbatical
has come to a close and I've rejoined the ranks of the working poor this
week. All in all, I feel great as my diet and exercise are contributing to an
improved quality of life.
Speaking of quality of life, I just returned from a most enjoyable run in
the 3A this past weekend from Indy to Champaign, IL, for the British Car
Festival. It was pure pleasure piloting the TR down small county roads as I
the 2-hour jaunt to the show. Best of all, my friends Cathy and Chris Kresser
from St. Louis took top honors in their class and 2nd in best in show for
their beautifully restored TR3A. It looks terrific.
Probably the best part of having a heart attack was being granted time to
finish up the extensive winter work that remained on the TR and get it down off
the stands and out onto the street. I've had a blast tooling around back
roads with hardly a care in the world.
The party's over, but life continues! :-)
Regards to all,