About the Author

The author of this blog

This blog is written by a not so old but somewhat disabled former hospital executive that is bored out of his head and needs something to keep himself occupied.  He also needs an activity that he can do everyday and that will help keep his mental cognizance intact.  A blog seems to be the ticket.

The author lives near Knoxville, Tennessee and was educated in business and finance at the University of Tennessee and the University of South Carolina.  He is a Certified Public Accountant and a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.  For over ten years, he wrote and taught continuing professional education courses for the American Society of Certified Public Accountants.

He is a bad musician, a person who is deeply fascinated by the American Civil War, someone who appreciates film noir, a man who knows good wine and great whiskey, and someone who likes to cook and eat phenomenal food.  He also  loves to watch sports, especially college and pro football.  He loves to listen to good music and is a fan of new and old artists alike.

He is a husband and a father and believes in God.  He hopes those that find their way to this blog find something of interest in what will likely become a blog of very diverse content.

Have fun and don’t take things too seriously.  The author learned a long time ago to not take himself too seriously as such thinking only gets in the way of achieving nirvana.

 

As for the battle with melanoma, the below post just about says it all:

https://mcreyscope.com/2014/01/31/i-am-a-survivor-2/

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