In an iconic scene from the film ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’, travelling companions Neal Page and Del Griffith are attempting to drive from St Louis to Chicago, when Del spins the car and ends up driving the wrong way down the freeway. A couple driving the right way scream across at them, ‘You’re going in the wrong direction.’ Assuming the … Read More
Think of British Motor racing and the names of famous racing drivers quickly come to mind: Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart, Graham Hill, James Hunt and Lewis Hamilton to name but a few. Just as iconic are the names of the tracks where they raced for glory: Goodwood, Brands Hatch, Donnington Park, Silverstone and Bexhill-on-Sea. Yes, you heard it right – … Read More
Turn The Page is taking a short summer break but we’ll be back with a new story on Friday 24th August. Thank you so much for being part of TTP by reading the stories and passing them on to others. We’re really excited for the future and especially for the development of the ‘live’ events. May God bless you richly.
When my children were younger they would often begin a conversation with the following question, ‘How much do you love me?’ I quickly learned that this enquiry was not a memory test, but rather because they were about to ask me for something and assumed that because I loved them I could not possibly deny them. My observation over … Read More