Promoting is a Sin.. Unless it’s for your #1 Nascar Driver~And for Passion~

Feeling a bit silly doing this. Could I be a Nascar Groupie at age 56? Would not be the first nor the last. However I am willing to try and promote Kevin Harvick’s name, business and anything else I can to keep Nascar racing a top rated sport country wide. I am hoping to bring more women, especially from the Pacific Northwest into having a passion for this sport. It’s so much more than about just turning left.  Passions are the breath of continued happiness in life. If you don’t have even just one than you are taking your years off your life.

Passions.  As I said the breath of life. Without any at all your brain stops growing. A brain that stops growing is one left susceptible to dementia earlier than would be if there had been even just one passion. Passion costs you little. It’s about something that seems effotless to love, Something that feeds your soul as well as your creative energy. Having something in your life that you are passionate about relies on no one but you and your passion. In fact the costs that may be involved are mostly emotional ones and if you find this is how it is for you then know you’re on the right track. You are ab;e to love your passion without feeling beholding to it. Our passions are not about ” Have To’s” but instead about “Want To’s” This should not feel like work but more like an escape from everyday matters.

I have a few passions. I am passionate about the one sport I adore, Nascar Racing x 3 series. Sprint Cup, Nationwide &   Truck. I am passionate about my papaer arts, creating, memory books, altered arts such as books, collages, 3D Art and my latest passion; creating paper flowers, especially roses.

KevinHarvick Kevin Harvick RT @KHI_ESHOP New ladies layered t-shirts available in both Kevin Harvick No. 29 http://t.co/Zs961Wj & Happy Harvick http://t.co/i8xhrGQ

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