Name That Car, and I’m Still Alive in Florida

Hello family, friends and followers!

My apologies for delaying and delaying blogging from my new home — it seems that after spending 8+ hours a day at my computer, I don’t have much enthusiasm (or enough hours) to get back on and fulfill my blogging responsibilities. I will get better. Someday 🙂

Life in Jacksonville and as a PGA TOUR employee is pretty amazing. The weather has been mostly gorgeous (it did rain one day–or morning I guess), with more sun than I can soak up [although I tried on Sunday and have a lovely pink forehead to show for it]. It’s like a permanent vacation, between the sun and sand and nightlife. The job is going super well. We’re working full-steam ahead on new initiatives and ideas, but they’re also letting me get my feet wet, meet colleagues and understand the higher level objectives of the dot-com department and TOUR in general. I’m staying with my boss/friend Marcie in her extra bedroom for the time being, and hope to secure a more permanent place to live in the next couple weeks. I’d love to live at the “Beaches” now that I’ve spent some time in Jax Beach, so hopefully that will all be worked out soon.

Big news!! I bought a car! A 2003 Toyota Camry LE, with a V6 for a bit more power. I got it at a really nice place called World Imports here in Jacksonville last week, and have enjoyed breaking him in while figuring out my new surroundings. Here are a few pictures of the car, courtesy of the dealership.

But my new car doesn’t have a name yet, so I need your help. Here are my favorites from what has been suggested so far. Click on your favorite to vote and instantly see the results below.

Corban
Kirby
Camilo
Something else….(put it in the comments)

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Alright kids, that’s all from here for now. I’ll write more later, and try to get all the pics off my camera to share with you. Don’t freeze back home with all that snow (it feels like June here and you’re getting January weather. Crazy!) Miss & love you…

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Name That Car, and I’m Still Alive in Florida

3 thoughts on “Name That Car, and I’m Still Alive in Florida

  1. Janette says:

    I just don’t get the naming the car thing…. I just cracks me up – the idea of you “breaking him in” – cute car though! Glad to hear you’re settling in. I’m getting back to my blog tonight – take care

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