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Final run of the month sounds so, well, final. I have no intention of not running again. I ran Thursday afternoon in 24-degree F weather. With the wind chill, it’s probably a lot colder. I ran 3 miles. I took … Continue reading
As January winds down, and the Janathon challenge, spring has returned to northern Indiana, if temporarily. After sleet and freezing rain fell Sunday night, Monday brought a warmup that melted the snow, the ice and anything else that freezes. I … Continue reading
I’ll admit right up front, I know little about the Freedom Riders and their quest to desegregate the American South and put an end to Jim Crow law. I was a child when Martin Luther King Jr. was leading peaceful … Continue reading
Saturday was my mom’s birthday. Four of my sisters, my oldest niece, her husband, my wife, son and I took Mom out for lunch. We went to a Mexican restaurant. I ate veggie fajitas. They were good. Saturday also marked … Continue reading
In the 1962 children’s book, The Snow Day by Ezra Jack Keats, a young boy, Peter, wakes up to find the world outside his apartment building is covered in snow. He puts on his red snowsuit and goes outside to … Continue reading
A light dusting of snow did not deter me from getting the dogs outside and for a walk. I headed over to the Greenway trail and followed that for about 2 miles. The total walk with the dogs was about … Continue reading