Changes with kids come faster than anticipated
Once upon a time, many, many years ago, I had a football coach who lined us up in groups and had us run 30 yards downfield to where he'd placed a bunch of baseball bats. Once there, we put the flat end of the barrel on the ground, put our foreheads on the handle end, ran round the bat in circles a dozen or so times and then ran back to where we started.
And if none of this works, just restart
What Bond movies would look like if things worked for him like they work for us:
Checkups more complicated as time marches one
If today's column gives any clue I was rushed writing it, it's because I'm getting it done between doctor appointments.
Commitment to biking may seem just skin deep
As has been determined, I ride a bike. However, as I've determined, I'm not a member of the "biking community."
Much to discover above the blue and windy sea
I walked by a lady with a cat on her head.
Does Ben Franklin’s idea stand test of time?
It's spring, and while it's been so long I'm not quite sure what a young man's thoughts turn to, mine turn to my favorite bi-annual whipping boy: daylight saving time.
Of all the jobs I'm equal parts glad I don't have but someone else does, at or near the top of the list is food service industry worker.
Technology tries to make fitness add up
I've been walking for quite some time now. But up until recently, I didn't know it counted.
Visit to Nashville turns family into semi-stalkers
I spent the weekend stalking Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
If nothing else works, just give 110 percent
After much thought and review of the general mood of the nation, nay, the world, I've made a careful decision about how I'm going to proceed. I'm going to turn it up to 11.