I took Lindsay to Kingsbury Hall last night and listened to a two hour monologue by Garrison Keillor. It’s a lost art form. It’s amazing to watch: a man in a suit with red socks and red shoes talking for two hours connecting threads of one story to another and tying them all together at….
In a day or so, I will have a real review of Michael boyle’s new book, Advances in Functional Training. I’m hoping Laree will look in and provide a picture or link, but, before I get too far, I have to tell you that I love this book. As all of you know, I am….
This was a fun interview with Geoff Neuport. I have known him a long time and he had great questions and lots of things to add to our dialogue. The discussion of feet was well worth the time! Click the play button to listen to the interview
I have a few minutes this morning. I had the “opportunity” this morning to wake up early and come to school to watch a bunch of eighth graders take our entrance exams. I will be honest, it seems like yesterday Kelly and Lindsay were doing the same thing. Time passes, as do we. I did….
One of the great changes i have made in the past few years, under the advice of Steve Ilg, is to organize my mornings better. I get up at six to work on my college classes. I make coffee the night before and sip away. That’s all good for me. But, as I have become….