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|Collects autobiographical, illustrated essays and cartoons from the author's popular blog and related new material that humorously and candidly deals with her own idiosyncrasies and battles with depression.|
|You might think that doing the same thing all day, every day, over and over again |
with no one else around would get boring. It doesn't ... A lot happened. ... places
solely on my own power, with only the assistance of 35 pounds of steel, makes it
feel like I earned those miles. Every time I walk up to a map or globe, I can stick
my thumb on Austin and my index finger somewhere far away and know that I ... I
still manage to have that kind of experience every now and then, but it's a little
|him all the way through without a mistake hefore you'd go to the next one, I had a |
few that I had to take over to the next ... Mainlv. he straightened out my reading.
and I've never had any problem with it since. I was doing all those record dates
and getting a lot of experience. ... He didn't want to play that music all night long.
... I've never been too proud to ask. ... back, l realize how much I learned from him
about rhythm and time, and how to play around with the time and still have it right.
|I've raced 5,200 miles on that track and have won three firsts, a second, and a |
couple of fourth places. ... track just as I looked around at the tire. I've been lucky.
I wasn't hurt at Altoona in 1929, the time Ray Keech was killed when he hit the
steel ... were a broken shoulder and some broken ribs that I got when my car
turned over in a practice lap in Los Angeles a long time ago. ... If a car or two are
still in front of you toward the end of the race, you are still close enough to go after
|_]l-fix two girls, a plane, and wanderlust, and girl flyers stay within weight |
allowances. you have the formula for a ... By DOROTHY (“GYPSY”) NICHOLS the
other way around Anybody who doesnt learn how to fly and buy a small ... 20,000
miles all over the country—a total of 236 hours—and we've never experienced a
dull moment in all that time. ... It doesn't really make a lot of difference, at least in
this country, because most places are nice that we've seen and we've been in a
lot of ...
|My dad and all his brothers, when they were just young boys, well, they used to |
wrangle mustangs out there around Las ... But then they moved to down here
about sixteen miles south of Meade, and my granddad bought some land down
there ... But you still have to turn right at the sign for the state park and, as he puts
it, “go along apiece until you see a big ole ... I've been a Lutheran ever since I
was born, and I'm still a Lutheran. ... And a lot of times people are so different
|Earth, Wind and Fire? ... Black people really dominate the music world, but all I |
see is White people — especially if they have long hair. ... "Well, yes, we all need
to have some source of energy, some motivating force, but look how many loves
Miles has been in and ... about 1966 to '69 — at the end of every year I would call
him on New Year's Eve and I marveled that he was still here. I used to say, 'Hey,
look, you may think it's time for you to go, but The Man Upstairs is not ready for
|I need to do the miles. I need to stay on the freeway and go. Home, work and |
responsibilities are calling me from 2,000 miles away. Wow, is the Grand Canyon
ever spectacular! I've been near it so many times, yet never stopped to see it.
|Still flying in solid cloud, I was to get almost my whole six months' worth of |
required gauge flying this day. The controller called to say that my radar contact
had been lost. ... I certainly couldn't have cared less at this time. ... I would be
willing to fly to the end of the earth out of radar contact as long as I knew there
was no conflict with another airplane flying in the clouds ... Your fellow aviator
might glean the necessary information for a good go/no-go decision from your
words of wisdom.