Journey almost over: It’s Race Day!
Wow! One week out from Race Day! The excitement is getting intense. I went to my daughter Skylar’s track meet today (where she did great, by the way) and it really made me ready to race. Before the track meet I had to get my working in: Five easy miles at a 7:14 pace. I can tell my body is starting to get really rested up and recovered from the weeks of training because my times are getting faster but with less effort. I feel good, ready to race!
Tim Preston: Great barbecue, bacon-burger dreams, glue and Gundams: 4/14/13
I made an unexpected run to Cave Run last week to meet a famous fisherman and arrange for an afternoon on the water in search of some monsters with teeth, and had an outstanding lunch with some fine folks as part of the day’s adventure.
04/14/2013: Lee Ward — Lady, that's no cricket!
My motto is “It’s healthy to be able to laugh at yourself.”
I heard a cricket in my car.
Lessons from France: Exchange trip coming to a close
With every city we visit and every Rotary Club we meet in France, our connection and respect for the organization and our host country grows and deepens. As does our understanding that the world and its population of humans are all linked no matter the differences in language, culture or geography.
MARK MAYNARD: Tips for parents of Little Leaguers
Little League season is upon us with opening days scheduled throughout the area on Saturday.
Cathie Shaffer: Leaving an unlikely legacy behind: 04/09/13
I have some lovely hyacinths blooming in the flower bed at the front of my house. I noticed them Sunday morning after I came home from church and pointed them out to my son later.
Lee Ward: Call for beaten biscuits; bakeoff deadline looms; beef in a skillet: 4/9/13
Ann Bledsoe is looking for a recipe for beaten biscuits
Tammie Hetzer-Womack: Sheriff’s death makes young Greenup troopers heedful: 04/08/13
Writing Kentucky State Police’s pieces, I greet likelihood of tragedy — and readily open my eyes. Tears well up.
Kenneth Hart: Say hello to The Hat: 04/07/13
I had an interesting idea pop into my head awhile back.
Tim Preston: Spinning signs, speedy deliveries and possibly a place to smoke: 4/7
This won’t be the last time I confess to being an example of what Mr. Cobain called “easily amused,” and I’ve often commented about my appreciation and admiration for people who have to put on a costume or spin a sign on the sidewalk as part of their professional obligations
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