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Monthly Archives: December 2012
On Friday, as my son and I were walking through our neighborhood, we saw an American bald eagle fly overhead. An American bald eagle in an urban area. Who knew? A few years ago, when we were visiting my wife’s … Continue reading
I rode my bicycle home from work Christmas night into a stiff wind. By the time I get up Wednesday morning, it should be snowing here. Up to 7 inches of snow is predicted. Whether we get that much is … Continue reading
As I write this post, it is early in the morning on Dec. 24, Christmas Eve, here in the eastern U.S. I want to wish all of my readers a merry Christmas. If you don’t celebrate Christmas but some other … Continue reading
Thursday night I rode my bike home in the snow. And as I was riding, I sang “Riding in a Winter Wonderland” to the tune of “Walking in a Winter Wonderland,” probably my favorite non-Christmas Christmas song. Why does that … Continue reading
My dog and I ran for 70 minutes Saturday morning. I feel great. I am struggling with how to respond to the unthinkable tragedy in Connecticut on Friday. I think my cousin put it best. We have too many damn … Continue reading
I went for a 3.74-mile run Thursday, my first run in about 10 days. I felt good despite not having run in such a long time. It was chilly and I ran into the wind to start and finished with … Continue reading