Monthly Archives: April 2011

A Matter of Inches

When I watch sports in person or on television I am constantly reminded of the importance of just a few inches. Football games are won or lost when a measurement for first down yardage is successful or comes up short. … Continue reading

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The Definition of Guts

Yesterday I was track meet announcer for a high school District Track Meet which is a role I fulfill over a dozen times in the spring. I see outstanding performances by many teenage boys and girls who dig deep and … Continue reading

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Outrunning the Mosquitos

A few weeks ago we received some much needed rain in central Florida. The winter months and into the beginning of spring is our dry season and rain decreased our drought conditions and chances of wildfires. But over six inches … Continue reading

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After Trail Running Check for Ticks

Running in the woods presents many exciting differences from road running including varied terrain and surfaces along with occasional glimpses of wildlife. But bugs are also present including chances of encountering pesky ticks. As we brush against plants and shrubs … Continue reading

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The Last Cool Day of Spring

If you live anywhere in the northern United States you are still dealing with the change from winter to spring. Snow, sleet, cold rain, winds and a wintry mix of unpleasant weather will still be a part of your life … Continue reading

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