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Thursday, May 31, 2007

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Wife's new blog- All Things Mommy

I know a lot of you guys can pass this on to your wives that my wife has a new blog about what it is to be a mommy. It talks about what kids do that drive us parents crazy, what we believe in for our kids, why we home school, this new schooling technique they call "unschooling." I thought it was complete crap until I saw results. My boy is reading everything he can come close enough to see, and my girl is so quick at answering math questions, reading and her writing has improved a ton! Check it out, she'll explain what it is, and if you all have questions about it, my wife will answer them for you. Here's the link for it:

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Only in Talladega

For race fans in Talladega, it would be the day that they either celebrate or mourn, but either way, they definately won't forget. When Jeff Gordon surpassed the late Sr.'s 76th career win on the day of his birthday, Sr. would have been 56 years young. The fans showed Gordon how they really felt about the win, by thowing beer cans on to the track. Race Officals warned fans all week that if an act like this occured, fans would be arrested and or banned from the track. The anouncers stated that they were happy to see the Race Officials following through on the threat. Any thoughts ya'll?

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Phoenix International Raceway: A Race Under the Lights

Jeff Gordon comes in first, tieing the legendary Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s 76 career victories. It was Gordon's first win at Phoenix and he was the first driver to ever win from starting at the pole in at Phoenix International Raceway.
Gordon almost got caught in the pits when the caution was raised, but still coming out at the tail end of the lead lap. Gordon goes on to win his 76 career victory. an by doing so, in honor
of the late Sr. grabbed a #3 flag from his crew chief, drove around the track waving the flag.
out of respect.

Monday, April 2, 2007

Martinsville Speedway April Fools Day Race

The race yesterday at Martinsville was won by Jimmie Johnson while Jeff Gordon came in 2nd. Gordon slammed Johnson's rear bumper on the final lap, in turns 3 and 4. Gordon pulled halfway alongside his teammate, causing the two cars to bump into each other. Both phenomenal drivers were able to keep control of their vehicles and Johnson was able to keep the lead, coming in first.
Denny Hamlen, who started on the pole, led 125 laps then went on to finish 3rd. Kyle Bush came in 4th and Dale Earnhardt Jr., who led 137 laps came in 5th.
Tony Stewart came in 7th, and here's where I need to tell you all that all of the above drivers were driving Chevy's. Way to go Chevrolet!
Scott Riggs came in 8th, Jamie McMurray 9th and Matt Kenseth finished 10th.
There were 13 caution periods for 93 laps and the race was red flagged for over 31 minutes on lap 354 due to rain.

Saturday, March 31, 2007

April's Racing Schedule

Goody's Cool Orange 500
Martinsville Speedway
FOX/1:30 p.m.
Samsung 500
Texas Motor Speedway
FOX/1:30 p.m.
Subway Fresh Fit 500
Phoenix International Raceway
FOX/8 p.m.
Aaron's 499
Talladega Superspeedway
FOX/1:30 p.m.