Yogi Berra and a Slew of Texans Turn Out the Lights, the Party’s Over

“It ain’t over till it’s over.” Yogi Berra died recently at the age of 90. Even those who were never baseball fans, who never admired his career as a catcher for the Yankees, memorized his stats, emulated his style, collected his player card, and followed his career as a manager have probably paid homage to the… Continue reading Yogi Berra and a Slew of Texans Turn Out the Lights, the Party’s Over

#TBT: Pacing Friends is the Best of All Worlds

#ThrowbackThursday always has me thinking of photos with friends. Or awkward family photos. Or fashion faux pas (how did we ever think that perms and shoulder pads were a good look?). A lot of my photos are of groups of runners, clustered somewhere, often in the dark, in various stages of sweatiness. I stumbled upon some… Continue reading #TBT: Pacing Friends is the Best of All Worlds

#TBT–I’ll Try Any Workout, and That Includes MotoGP

Over the last years, I’ve had to do take-backs on two activities I used to dismiss: boxing and motorsports. Getting a taste of each as a participant made me eat those words. I’ve been boxing for two years now and love it. But set that aside for another discussion. Today, I want to revisit my… Continue reading #TBT–I’ll Try Any Workout, and That Includes MotoGP