The Green Pages
February 2000

Live From the Grand Canyon State 
by Mark Greenawalt

Phoenix, Arizona.  The new international headquarters for Future-Class X Publishing and residence for the Greenawalt family.  Yes, sports fans, we are livin' large in the Valley of the Sun, as it is nicknamed out here.  Life is just shy of fantastic!

We are renting a house in northeast Phoenix that is mere minutes from Home Depot, Walmart, Burger King, Jack In The Box, grocery stores, hospitals, Chucky Cheeses, a Scuba diving shop, and a short 10 minute drive to work.  The furniture arrived without too much damage and on time.  There are still boxes everywhere, but it's coming together.  We found a buyer for our house in Tennessee, but the final paperwork is not yet complete.

The WELCOME-BACK-TO-ARIZONA party will be held on Saturday, March 4th at 3:00p.m. everyone's welcome. 


The Drive
by Mark Greenawalt

Twenty-six hours.  That's equivalent to listening to about 40 CD's the whole way through.  I drove the van out one week and then flew back to drive the car out a week later.  Dawna Bradford, who I miss dearly, paid for my flight back to Nashville so that I could also stop by and see her with her new lead guitarist, Steve Rutledge, at the Boardwalk Cafe.  Thanks again, Dawna.

On the first drive out I took the opportunity to "swing by" Santa Fe, New Mexico to get a picture of the capital building.  This brings my total capitals to 25 states plus the nations capital.  On the second drive out, I listened to 16 hours worth of books on tape.  The best one was called the Midnight Club by James Patterson.


So What Is There To Do In The Desert?
by Mark Greenawalt

Well so far I have gone to an Exotic Art exhibit which was a wild experience to say the least.  I also went to the Renaissance Festival with the Clappers (who also were kind enough to let me stay at their house while I was temporarily homeless).  I've inspected three of the city's nightclubs to see if their beer was fit to was.  I went to a concert to see an 80's band that I had thought just disappeared off of the face of the earth...does anyone out there remember The Bullet Boys?

Of course, to help fuel all of the fun nights, the days have been spent working at my new company, Sullivan Designs.  I am getting geared up to start working on a website for them and I am already involved in about 6 projects.  My family is all here together finally also, so my wife and kids help keep me occupied.  Oh yeah, and one last thing.  I did complete one more watercolor painting in the nudes section called High Tide.


Win A Limited Edition/Signed Print
by Mark Greenawalt

During the move and transition from internet service providers from Nashville to Phoenix, I have lost several important files from the website.  The most important one was my guestbook.  I have a new one up and running for everyone to sign.  For those that didn't know it, throughout the year 2000 I will be giving away one of my prints of Mill's Barn ( each month to someone who has signed my guestbook.  I will do a random drawing at the end of each month to determine the winner and will announce it in the following month's Green Pages.  So if you'd like a chance to win and haven't signed it yet, can't win if you haven't signed.  Since I lost the file I wasn't able to do a drawing in January, so there will be two winners in February.  And don't forget, if you just can't wait to see if you've won, you can order one for $20.00 plus $5.00 shipping and handling by e-mailing me.

Type at you next month!!!
Mark Greenawalt

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