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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Giving Tuesday!

Love from the Heart... 

Little did I know that today was giving Tuesday, and what a better day to give a piece of my life. Last night I was home with my husband after his eye surgery, and saw a story on Komo News. A single mother with four kids was the victim of a crime. Someone stole her minivan and all the gifts inside. Car seats and all... gone.

The story did not begin there. I have a suburban that we bought 21 years ago. This car has many stories of her own, and all including great journeys and protecting my family. She has broken down along the way, but always delivering me to safety first. To say I have a bond with my old tank is an understatement. She even flew on a Northwest freighter to Alaska and then drove the journey home to Seattle years later.

But after all this time, my husband and I (more my husband than me) decided to buy a new car. But how could I get rid of part of my family? I warned Ken, at Good Chevrolet, that tears may be involved when we traded her in. 

Okay, so people traded in their spouses on occasion, but we never trade in our babies! They are with us for life. Yet, this was the best option to move forward ... until I heard Sharon's story. 

I searched the internet, left a few random messages and we connected. Sharon and her boys could use this car right now and our suburban could live on, serving another family. We are coordinating the meeting place today.  I'm sure that my car, we lovingly called the beast, will live on to protect another family.

If you would like to help Sharon fill up the back end of her new (old) car, with holiday joy for her family, you can support her on her go fund me

Giving Tuesday
The Day to Give Back! 

Joy throughout the Day!

Thank you Komo News 
for Sharing the story
And spreading the Joy!


Fourth novel in the series, Flight For Sanity, is almost complete! We will have it in our hands February, 2017. While all my novels are true fiction, based on real events, this novel is no different. This novel is based on actual events occurring to one of our favorite airline pilots at this time. We know and love her as Darby. She needs our help! I was going to do this next month, but there is no better time than Giving Tuesday!

I am giving 100% of all proceeds 
(not just profits...but everything) 
of ALL books...

To Darby's namesake for her legal support. The children's book profits go to The Children's Museum of Central Oregon... but the rest of sales to Darby.

Ebooks. Paperback. Hardback. Everything goes to the real Darby. When you read what has transpired to our favorite pilot, in the fourth novel, you will be shocked. The industry will go to great lengths to stop her fight for safety, but her support of her fellow pilots and conviction of safety will never waiver.

For all orders off the blog as gifts, I will autograph, gift wrap and ship directly. Let me know. Share the series, read the series, and be ready for the shocker of what happens when you try to improve safety.

Enjoy the Journey
XO Karlene 

Author of:
I am Awesome. The ABCs of me. 

 Flight For Sanity coming soon....
 Catch up on the series so you will be ready!

Motivation and Children too! 

Monday, November 28, 2016

Monday Motivation

"Health is Not Valued
Until Sickness Comes"
Thomas Fuller

So often we take our health for granted. Yet, my friend Judith has been spending her life focused on helping the rest of us maintain ours. Since my industry only encompasses 5% women flyers, that means 95% of my coworkers need to read this book! And the women? Well, this is a must read for those you love.

Aviation Safety is focused on 
proactive strategies...
Your health should be too!

Judith O'Malley-Ford's recent book: The Secret Stalker of the Prostate, is a must read, and could make a great gift this holiday.


This book has the potential to save many lives. Every question regarding anatomy, disease processes, decision making procedures for the treatment and considerations of the side effects, psycho-social effects and the impact on relationships, are concisely covered - all in layman terms.

For those men who are in the process of taking that difficult step of presenting prostate problems to their doctors, including those unfortunate enough to be facing investigation for prostate cancer, this book is for you.

Today we end the interview with the author, Dr Judith O'Malley - Ford to discover who she is and what prompted her to write this book. I was part of the promotional tour, but due to unforeseen circumstances (sickness included) I missed my date. Thus, I am going last. At the end of this interview, I have posted links to her other posts. They are fascinating and a must read, too.

1. How long have you been a doctor?

Thirty years. I decided at the age of twelve that I would become a doctor, and I am now a full-time General Practitioner. Early in my medical career, I started in Medical Administration which was more about medical politics and not much to do with hands on medicine. You have to be tough, and you have to fight like hell to do anything vaguely in the line of politics and I decided this sort of medical practice was not for me. Medicine, health services, and General Practice have changed a lot over the years. If I had my time over, I’m not at all sure that I would choose medicine again. It’s a tough gig, no matter what your role is.

2. What other books have you written?

The Australian Medical Dictionary of conditions and diseases, The Medical Dictionary of Conditions and Diseases. These were commissioned works.

Contributing author to, Below the Belt, and I have published material in the European Medical Journal. I also do guest blogging.

For one of my family, I wrote a book entitled, “The Chook Book", and illustrated it with watercolours. I also gave it as a present to selected family and friends. I said it was my own publishing company, with a limited edition.

I would love to write a “best seller”, because that’s what excellent writers do.

3. How did you become a writer?

I have been a writer and story teller from a young age. I was encouraged to write on a regular basis as far back as primary school, but have been a more serious writer since 2005.

For most of my schooling, I went to an all girls’ school which prided itself on discipline and self-motivation. For a number of years, our homework for the weekend consisted of an essay to be handed in on Monday morning. I always excelled at this task.

The book is available at all book stores. If it is not in stock yet, ask them to order it for you. It is also available from the Morris Publishing Australia's website It's also on Amazon as an eBook

Check out the other posts to learn more:

Enjoy the Journey 
and be proactive about your health!
XOX Karlene 

Friday, November 25, 2016

Travel With Mom

Friday's Fabulous Flyer

Y. Theresa Bostic

Y. Theresa Bostic is a mother, flight attendant and author, too! I met her at Women in Aviation this year, and realized what an incredible woman she is. Busy mom, writing books, and sharing her love of her job with the world. We have a few things in common, too. We work for the same airline, both have daughters named Kayla, and my children have traveled to many places around the world with me too. 

Theresa knows how important it is for kids to not only dream big, but also to think big. She believes that while imagination is a beautiful thing, she wants her daughters to understand that they can start living out their ideas now.

It’s Time 2…Travel with Mom is written from Bostic’s youngest daughter’s perspective, and offers a fresh, childlike view of exploring the world. However, the adventure might just start a little closer to home than Kayla might prefer. 
While she waits to find out where her mom is scheduled to fly next, she tries to prepare for the most exciting places she can think of—France, England, Italy, Cuba, and other exotic countries. But when she hears that her mom isn’t even leaving the United States, she wonders if it’s worth going after all
Will Kayla skip the trip or decide that it’s possible to make an adventure out of anything?

This is a fun and heartwarming story about spending quality time with family, while discovering new places, that you and your children will enjoy seeing life through Kayla’s eyes. This is the first in a series, and the book will keep you guessing as to where Kayla and her mom might end up next.

Kayla B. is one of the luckiest girls in the world. Her mom, who travels the world, actually let her join her on one of her many adventures! This time, it’s to Washington D.C. Along with her mom, Kayla B. learns a lot about herself and her big dreams! Join Kayla as she experiences this exciting trip to our country’s capital!

Just in Time for the Holidays!
Amazon Link:
Enjoy the Journey!
XO Karlene

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Thanksgiving 2016

I am Thankful for all the Blessings in my life, 
and if you are reading this...
You are one of them. 

May your life be more full than your stomach, 
Your heart be more warm than the pie,
Your Gratitude more full than your glass...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Turbo Prop to Jet and then...

Captain Upgrade! 

Chet sent me the following message and I decided this would be a great post:

"The last time we spoke you helped me with some tips for the transition from a turboprop to the jet. They helped a lot, and I can't thank you enough.  I'm asking for a few tips once more: we've had a bit of movement here and it looks like command is a possibility in June of next year.  I don't think it wise to wait until then to start preparing, so I was wondering if you could share any tips on what goes into making a good captain.  I'm sure you'll have more than a few golden nuggets! 

Looking forward to your insights!"
What Makes a Good Captain?

I realized that I had a similar question a few years ago, and wrote the How to Be a Captain post. The comments were great! Drop by there, but jump back here to leave Chet a comment. 
Personally, I think we can learn how to be good captain's by assessing much of what we like about other captain's, as well as what we don't like. My favorite captains never felt like they had to be heroes. They knew that safety came first despite other pressures. Being a great captain is about being a great leader, listening to others, and yet being decisive. 
Learn as much about the operation and your aircraft as possible, but be  humble if you don't remember something. Instilling confidence in others has nothing to do with knowing it all, but everything to do with not blindly leading your crew down the wrong path because you were afraid to be vulnerable. 
Continue to learn as much as you can about the aircraft and operation, and start reading leadership books. A sense of humor is great to, as when the chips are down, lightening the mood without being excessive, will help relieve tension. Time management is important too. Don't rush, and work with people instead of barking orders. 
Chet, I have no doubt you will make a great captain. 

Comments are much appreciated! 
Tell Chet what you think! 
Enjoy the Journey
XO Karlene 

Author of:
I am Awesome. The ABCs of me. 

 Flight For Sanity coming soon....
 Catch up on the series so you will be ready!

Motivation and Children too! 

Monday, November 21, 2016

Don't Fall Off The Mountain

Learn How to Find Joy!

Last night mother sent me a link to a funny video on the Millennial International.

But what is a Millennial? Well, a second video began playing and I became mesmerized by what Simon Sinek had to say. This video was fascinating take on addiction, technology, relationships, and work. If you have 15 minutes, you may find this interesting, too. Simon also provides some great tips on how not to fall off the mountain. Enjoy!

We can laugh, 
We can learn, 
And we can fly! 

Enjoy the Journey
XO Karlene 

Author of:
I am Awesome. The ABCs of me. 

 Flight For Sanity coming soon....
 Catch up on the series so you will be ready!

Motivation and Children too! 

Friday, November 18, 2016

Kathy McCullough

Friday's Fabulous Flyer

 Kathy McCullough 

This is an extra special post for me because Kathy is a good friend, and I have known her for many years. We met shortly after I was hired at Northwest, and I'm coming up on my 20th anniversary this January.  From reflexology in Singapore to a misplaced rental car at Hollywood Park Racetrack. Ha. Ha. With so much adventure in the middle... I miss flying with Kathy.
Kathy began flying in high school at the age of sixteen. She completed her Bachelor degree at Colorado State University, and then went on to earn all her flight ratings and licenses. She was like most pilots, and worked hard to earn money to fund her passion. Kathy was a waitress, pumped gas, and worked as a flight attendant while building her flight time. Then her first real flying job was with a coal mine, but she also a flight instructed, and flew infrared missions over forest fires. Kathy's ultimate goal: to gain the experience necessary to fly for a major airline. 
She reached her goal!  Kathy was the fourth woman pilot hired by Northwest Orient Airlines in 1981. She flew the Boeing 727, DC10, and Boeing 747 before earning her captain wings in the Boeing 747 a quarter of a century later. She is now retired from Delta Air Lines and lives on a wheat ranch in eastern Oregon, with her husband. Yet, she still advocates for women pilots and encourages young people to follow their dreams. 

She is a photographer, artist, and an author too. She just recently published her first book, and I'm proud to share it with the world. I've been curling up in the tub, at night, enjoying the life stories of my good friend. You will love her book.  For now... please enjoy the interview with my friend, a pilot, and author, Kathy McCullough, who also happens to be married with children.

Why did you write Ups and Downs?

I wanted to chronicle some of the things I went through over the years, some of the hardships but more of the journey. I loved my job, and I’ve had an incredible life. Everything I have gone through has made me a better person, especially the hardships.
1996, Jean, Jeff and Kathy

This is an incredible book. When did you start writing?

I’ve been writing as long as I can remember. I wrote a story about a squirrel when I was in elementary school and my paternal grandmother loved it and decided I should be a writer. She sent it to a friend of hers who proclaimed I “had talent.” What else would he say to a doting grandmother?

I took typing in high school and typed up lectures for a student at the University of Florida who was deaf. The process was tedious, and I couldn’t wait for a word processor instead of a typewriter with carbon paper and white out! I started lugging a “portable” MAC computer with me on trips, so I could write on my layovers in Japan at 3AM when I woke up.

 Kathy with Joe Sutter

I know you have been working on this for ages. What advice can you give other authors?

Get help! I put different versions together and had sample copies published just for me, but there were so many mistakes. I finally pulled the plug and paid an editor to proof and layout my book. He was awesome. I think you use him too. :)

Yes, a huge shout for our editor Nathan!  We have talked for hours about fears of publishing. Do you want to share with the readers your greatest fear publishing this particular book?

For one thing, I didn’t want to hurt anyone I love, and I wrestled with what to include in (and leave out of) the book. I didn’t want to appear whiny or complaining, and I also didn’t want to get sued, even though everything I wrote is true. There were many revisions along the way, and many times I put the book away and decided to forget it.

 Kathy and Ron Hietrietter

I'm so glad you stuck with this. What made you finally pull the plug and just do it?

I am the Communications Chair for the International Society of Women Airline Pilots. Our newer members with regional airlines are three to four times more qualified than I was in 1981, yet major airlines in the United States are still hiring 95% males. They say it is because they are only getting low percentages applying, yet I know there are thousands of qualified women. I decided it was time to come forward and yell “foul.” Enough is enough, and it has to stop. 

Kathy, Ellen, and Jeanie

Thank you Kathy!  
I know your book will be a huge success
Just as your life is

  Supporting our Fly it Forward events!

Jean, Jay & Kathy (NWA Captains) with their favorite Second Officer.

You can buy Kathy's book
on Amazon by clicking HERE

Enjoy the Journey!
XOX Karlene

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Painting the Bedroom


When I was working on my MBA, I cleared my head by painting a couple trees in the guest bedroom. Not the first time for that behavior, because I painted a sky with clouds and a sunshine on the ceiling in my kitchen at our old house while working on my Masters in Human Services. Sadly I can't find a photo, but it was cool. We moved... and the paintbrushes came out again.

The room, is known as the tree room, this is where the grandkids sleep when they come to visit.  A magical place where dreams are filled with fun.

Stars glow at night, a moon shines on the wall, and ferries live in the trees. While the grandkids sleep I move the ferries around the room, so when they awake, they were in different branches. We all know the forest comes alive at night. 

While working on my PhD, the paintbrush came out again. This time I had helpers. Two of my Seattle granddaughters helped me paint our garden in the tree room.

Today my hubby suggested we add the Troll bedding, since we all loved the movie! And actually, as the paint dried we saw the Troll movie.

Today... the Tree Room is complete 
With a flower garden. 

Be Happy!
Enjoy the Journey!
XO Karlene

Monday, November 14, 2016

Monday Motivation

Finding Happiness through Forgiveness

All great aviation stories begin with 
a flight to or from somewhere, 
with a message engraved 
within the journey...

Last night I flew home from Austin and watched an incredible movie, compliments of Alaska Airlines—The Light Between Oceans. I was working on edits for my dissertation, and the movie was something in the background, that came to the foreground. The era ... 1920s. The war was over but for many it would last forever.  
The message…

How you find happiness after you have experienced the unimaginable? Forgiveness.

“You only have to forgive once. 
But to resent, you have to do it all time. 
It’s too much work.” 
Forgiveness does not mean you condone others behavior, or you are rolling over. It means do what you can now, but at the end of the day release the emotion of resentment.

Enjoy the Journey! 
XO Karlene

Friday, November 11, 2016

Veteran’s Day 2016

Honoring our Veterans 

This has been one heck of year, filled with unimaginable challenges—to a point where I thought nothing could surprise me anymore. Yet, I continued to be surprised, and wonder why things happen like they do. What lessons can be learned from the events that continue to unfold?

Perhaps the lessons come from 
our honored veterans.

Today we should honor veterans, who gave their lives for something greater than themselves—our Freedom, our Country, our Rights as U.S. citizens.

Our Country is a Tapestry of our Freedoms
But our rights did not come without cost.

We are the country where people who had a dream, a belief in possibility, and hope for a future better than they had elsewhere fled to a new world. Generations to follow have defended that world, our rights, our land, and our beliefs. These good people are our veterans.

I think about the Veterans who were prisoners of war. They were heroes because they had an inner strength, resilience, and the belief they could survive. They had purpose and passion for our country.

Life was not over, despite the most horrific events they could imagine or experience. Many returned home despite being prisoners of war, because they would not give up, despite the circumstances. Many did not return, and gave the ultimate sacrifice... their life.  

Don’t give up because of 
your current experience.

Honor our Veterans
With Strength

Don’t ruin your life because you think what might happen, and you’ve lost hope. If your unimaginable has happened—hang in there. It will get better. If you feel like you’re a prisoner of war, time will come when you are released. I’m currently writing a novel where an unbelievable story is ongoing. Where the most horrendous injustice in today’s world is being played out behind the scenes of an airline... This is where you find truth in fiction.

The pilot that this is living this nightmare is not giving up, and she is allowing me to write her story in Flight For Sanity. But as I write the words, and they fill the pages, I think of the pain and suffering our greatest heroes, our veterans, have faced. It’s about fighting for rights and freedom. And with that knowledge, there is strength and courage to press forward. In honor of our heroes. 

Every veteran will tell you at the end of the day, there is hope and freedom on the other side of despair, and when you fight for your freedom… you are not alone. For those who gave their lives, they did that for our country.

Believe in yourself.
Honor and respect the memory of our Veterans.

Happy Veterans Day! 

Enjoy the Journey!
XOX Karlene

Thursday, November 10, 2016

November and the

"Secret Stalker of the Prostate"
My Friend Judith publishes another medical book! She's an incredible woman and caring for those around her. I am honored to shout about her book today. 

"The question Dr Judith is asked most is,  “Why would a woman write a book about prostate cancer?” Her stock answer is, “ Why not?” A practising GP, she is the author of international bestsellers ‘ The Australian Medical Dictionary’ and ‘ The Medical Dictionary of Conditions and Diseases’ as well as being a former editor of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia’ s monthly magazine. The former Superintendent of the Mater Children’s Hospital is also an accomplished artist, quilter and writer of fiction and poetry" (She Brisbane, 2016)

Dr. Judith O'Malley-Ford

"You will no doubt be aware of the current conversation about prostate cancer screening, the PSA, and men's health in general. I am gratified to hear the support for prostate screening particularly among the GP population. But the GP population seems to be a voice in the wilderness when it comes to this topic. The current policy position of the RACGP is that they "do not in principal support prostate screening." See recent RACGP policy release.
The PSA has lots of problems but it's all we have. I dearly wish there was something better than the PSA as a screening test.

You get the impression that men's gender health has been forgotten. Men's health certainly plays second or even third fiddle to its competitors. Women's health has been done over and over,... read here cervical screening, and breast screening. Likewise child health, antenatal management, quality child care in general, paid parental leave to bond with newborns, childhood immunisation program for starters, Government funding for child care. There is hardly a week, or a day goes by that we don't hear about government funding for quality child care, early childhood education, and development. 

But men's health has been forgotten in the meantime. Funding for men's health is virtually zero.

Yet, funding needs to be directed not only to a screening program, but also to research to find a better bio-marker for early accurate detection of prostate cancer. It is thought that there are 2 forms of prostate screening, one that is slow growing and non-aggressive, and one that is very aggressive, and rapidly fatal even with the best of treatment.

Not only should a bio-marker be able to detect early prostate cancer, but it needs to be able to distinguish between these two forma of prostate cancer.

In the interim, we're back to the topic of prostate screening.

There seems to be 2 schools of thought about prostate screening, those who are I favour of a screening program, and those who do not believe that there should be a screening program.

Prostate cancer and bowel cancer are the two highest causes of death in men in the whole of the western world. The pros and cons of having a prostate cancer screening program are worth considering.

Against a screening program. 
  • the cost of screening program
  • men generally don't adhere to this health recommendation 
  • not all prostate cancers should be treated 
  • unwanted side effects from surgery 
  • PSA is non-specific 
  • PSA cannot determine if a slightly elevated level is cancer or whether it is BPH 
  • PSA is not specific to the prostate 
  • PSA is not even gender specific, can be found in breast milk, obviously in females 
  • PSA doubling time, may not be sufficient time to detect a prostate cancer in time before it has spread beyond the prostate 
For a screening program.  
  • men are worth spending the $$$ for a screening program 
  • may be lifesaving in future, men will be living longer, as will all of us 
  • early intervention saves lives 
  • early intervention prevents morbidity 
  • early intervention lowers mortality 
  • early intervention is less traumatic 
  • financial benefit to families, the community, and the country 
  • financial savings to same
Read More about the:

And get your copy today!
It could save your life  
or someone you love

Enjoy the Journey!
XO Karlene

Monday, November 7, 2016

Monday Motivation

Live Your Best Life

"Waste not, all that has
been gifted to you. For
in accepting and utilizing
it - you are fulfilling the
wishes of your soul."

~ by Eleesha 

Friday, November 4, 2016

Steve Gutzmer

Friday's Fabulous Flyer!

Steve Gutzmer

Pilot Extraordinaire! 

Steve is not like many pilots who retire and disappear. He had an incredible career, and has given his life to aviation. But aviation has given so much to him, too.  Thus, Steve is giving back to the the world he loves by utilizing his experience and connections to help pilots worldwide find a flying career to enjoy the life that he's lived.

I knew Steve at Northwest, and had the opportunity to run into him at Women in Aviation Conference this year. It's fun to learn where those names from the past ended up. I asked Steve to send me little about his career, and what he's doing now... and why. So enjoy Steve's story. And if you want a flying job, he is your guy to contact.
Steve Gutzmer:

"I had the early childhood that a lot of your blog readers most likely did as well, built hundreds of model airplanes, progressed through the model ranks to start flying gliders at 15 as an explorer scout. Our fee's were just $3.50 per flight, that was for the fuel in the tow plane, everything else was donated. I remember that quite well because that's what I charged to mow some one's lawn, needless to say I ran around a lot of lawns. 

That path gave direction to flying for a profession, so I did the normal things, swept hanger floors, ran the fuel truck, got an A&P license, finished college and was picked up for Navy flight school after graduation. I had a great time in the Navy flying the A-6 intruder based on Whidbey Island, I was deployed on the Ranger and Kitty Hawk during those years of the early 80's.

Well along came my 2 kids and being based on a ship was not conducive to my plans of camping and hiking with the rug rats, so I left to fly for NWA in 1985. 21 years and 4 type ratings later, while NWA was in the grips of a bankruptcy I was offered a direct entry Captain job on the 777 with Emirates Airlines.

While based in Dubai with Emirates, I joined the flight ops team. We conducted a 4 day interview to new joiners, I flew the sim assessments in whatever sim was avail A330, 777, A310, then conducted the one on one interview with the prospective new pilot. Emirates had a great group of HR staff working in pilot recruitment, we traveled the globe looking for the best we could find. In 2014, my wife and I had our first grandchild, and balancing that with my mother in law battling cancer for years, and my wanting to get closer to family, I retired from EK to return to Seattle. 

I joked that they were going to miss me and they did!!! Shortly after I returned I was contacted and offered a job by Emirates to be their North American/ Canadian pilot rep. Nobody really knew what that meant but it sounded good!! They flew me to all the trade shows as the pilot rep to help recruit new meat for the fleet as we said!!

After 18-20 months of again getting on a jet only this time in the back was getting a bit weary, so I left EK again last April. I thought I was finished but they offered me a proposal to do the acceptance flights for the 777x here in Seattle. I'm not holding my breath as I'm getting older and am now no longer current, but sounds cool even if you do just fly in circles between Moses Lake and Paine Field, it will have been a long time since I've folded wings on a jet.

Interview Prep

Ok, today feeling that I want to help those behind me get that great job with a seniority number, I've decided to launch my own company with my neighbor who was a former Microsoft and aerospace recruiter. The goal is to provide interview prep to whoever would like it, after doing hundreds of these I can most likely tell a person why he did not get hired, which seems to be the big question when the notice comes. I have helped dozens of people interview prep since I left EK just by word of mouth, and the success rate has been about 90%.

 Building Confidence! 

What I've seen is that guys might have all the questions ahead of time and the canned answers for those questions, I can spot that in 5 seconds. What people miss or wonder about is how they come across the recruiters on the other side of the table, so that's what I'll do. Just build self confidence and polish up the candidate so that he or she doesn't feel like a road kill after the interview ordeal! I think this is a much more productive way to spend retirement than chasing golf balls around a course.

Search Lite Recruitment

The new company will be called "Search Lite Recruitment" it has a .com domain as of yesterday and the totally interactive website is coming, I hope to be up by the first of the year. My neighbor has decades of recruiter experience, and I'll assemble a team from around the globe, the most talented guys and girls I've ever met. We will attend job fairs and the major aviation events, we also will branch out to the Rotor wing guys as well as military pilots looking for their first real interview. So that's it, we are here to help you get the job you have worked so hard for and spent a small fortune in the process. We are passionate about that prospect."

Steve is going to launch his website soon. Until then...
Steve can be reached at:
And Follow him on Twitter 
Enjoy the Journey!
XO Karlene