Monthly Archives: November 2010

Over-dressed

Because I froze Friday when it was 27 degrees, I decided I needed an extra layer of fleece for this morning’s walk in 22 degrees. What I had not anticipated was that I was walking in the neighborhood, not at … Continue reading

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Cold This Morning!

Since I bailed on my plans to walk at Antrim Park Thanksgiving morning, I decided to head out there today and do the 3 miles I had planned. First, my car door would not open. I ended up climbing in from … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Walk

My son and I had made plans to head to Antrim Park Thanksgiving morning to get in some miles before we pigged out for the day. My only stipulation was, if it was raining, I wasn’t going. I woke up … Continue reading

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Missing WALK

Recently, I was asked for a writing sample. I don’t get to write as often as I used to and my most recent stories have been for WALK! Magazine. WALK! has been “gone” long enough that I don’t remember what’s in every … Continue reading

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A Walking Tour of Houston

Monument au Fantome. NOTE: Photos were added several days after the original blog posting. One of the things I was most looking forward to while visiting Houston this week for business was taking one of the audio tours I downloaded … Continue reading

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Maize Valley Farm on Facebook

The winery where the Stomp the Grapes Half Marathon started and ended is on Facebook and has posted photos of the race. (I never even saw a photographer!) The winery is Maize Valley Farm Market and Winery. Check out the winery’s … Continue reading

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Ignorance is Bliss — or Do I want to Know What is in the McD’s McRib?

Let me start this blog post with a true confession — I have eaten a McRib. In my defense, it was many years ago and long before I made the decision to give up Big Macs. Though it was never … Continue reading

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Working Through Stiffness

Did a pretty easy walk around the neighborhood this evening to help work through the stiffness. The good news is, I was less stiff and sore today than I was yesterday. Usually the muscle soreness the second day is a … Continue reading

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Stomp the Grapes

Warning: This is a long review. The Stomp the Grapes Half Marathon was a challenging event held in Hartville, OH near North Canton and Alliance. It starts at Maize Valley Winery and ends in Quail Hollow State Park. In previous years, the race … Continue reading

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Copyright Infringement is not a Death Penalty Crime

My life is dependent on others respecting copyrights and copyright laws. I’m an editor, a writer, a publisher and blogger. Because it is my livelihood, I was incensed when I heard about the Cooks Source magazine copyright infringement situation. (For those … Continue reading

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