He explores both personal and professional events in the course of his life. He recalls his relationship with his wife, Linda, examining the depth of their relationship as it grew from the "giggle stage" into a loving marriage. They raised and nurtured their daughters and are very proud of the young women they have become. He paints an unflinching picture of his time in the Vietnam War, during which he was a pilot with a finely tuned skill for dead-reckoning flying-a skill that took him to many of the most dangerous areas during the war.
Nevels experienced an exciting life made better by making vital course corrections along the way.