As stated in my previous post, today is the day of my #Brexit from The Senior Alliance. To say that the feeling is bittersweet would be a gross understatement. I grew up here. When I started at the ripe age of 22 I was irresponsible, childish, and hedonistic. Actually, not much has changed..
I normally write these things a few days in advance. However, I have spent the past week working on more important things. Therefore I am currently sitting in my cubicle, less than an hour before this article is scheduled to post. In the words of a brilliant man, “You can do whatever you want on your last day.” I would assume that this included blogging.
The past few weeks have been pretty busy. Not only have I been slowly packing up my life, but trying to address the post-vacation hangover that always seems to follow a week spent on the road. I have come to realize that for every day one is on vacation, two days are needed to recover. I have yet to finish unpacking from my trip and spent the past two weeks living out of my suitcase.
Despite the whirlwind of changes going on, I did manage to write some things. This week you can read my article about a beautiful BMW Z4M and a Boxster that caught fire. There are a few bigger projects heading out the door shortly, including news about a new supercar and a long-form article on vintage Japanese tin.
I have also taken up a position writing “for” The Odyssey Online. Expect many listicles, poorly-written articles on social issues, and more drivel that will lead to the eventual demise of “journalism” as we know it. Who knows, I might even wrote about something other than cars…