My Goodbye to Golf

My Goodbye to Golf
It will be ten years in 2015 that I will have been writing on about golf. I have decided to call time on this site as in 2015 I will be 90 years old and feel I want to do some other things with my life. I still love golf and play it as often as I can but writing is not the most important thing in my life. I have learned a lot and Lisa Shea has been very kind to help me along and I admire her for her talent and what she has done for bellaonline.

I would like to travel and will join a travel agency that is run by a friend to see more parts of the world that I have missed. I still will work with my church and some of the regular organizations like the Friends of the Library, community chorus and Mill Creek Association, of course that may be the next one to drop as it entails deadlines to meet for their new magazine.

I would like to take a photography course to learn all the new things on my new Canon camera. Would like to take some photo trips to take pictures of new and interesting places. Maybe publish a photo book of one of my stories, so many things I would like to do while my health is good. Want to keep up with exercise and keep my mind busy is what I believe is what keeps me healthy.

Looking forward to a new 2015 50th anniversary Mustang, we drove the 1965, 1968 and 1970 mach one and enjoyed driving those cars. At age 90 am going all out for a ruby red convertible which will get here on January 3, 2015. This was special order and looking forward to going a little crazy with a car I have always wanted.

You see for all these reasons I am giving up the weekly writing about golf on Made many new contacts and thank Bonnie Sayers for pushing me into writing here. She is a efriend I made on another writing web site called and loved all the people I met there. Cyber world, a great place, but I feel my time here is over and with that it is Good Bye and Best Wishes to all.

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