What I Read Last Week:

“Plunder the lox” – line of the year, via ESPN. What I Read Last Week: Mapping Pennsylvania’s Historic Roller Coasters | WESA Of Farmers and Fathers | The Rumpus A Brief History of the Running Shoe | Runner’s World I didn’t read a lot last week; I was busy:

What I Read Last* Week:

Adrift by Natalie Serber | The Rumpus We Are The Ionians (Video) | Indie Alaska Mothers are not ‘opting out’ – they are out of options | Al Jazeera Stepping into the Stream: Bringing Netflix-style Video to Libraries | Library Journal How a child’s food preferences begin in the womb | the Guardian A CountryContinue reading “What I Read Last* Week:”

Week 2

listening :: to my Pop Pop, and Mike’s stories from Japan; watching :: video lectures and The Mindy Project season premiere; reading :: Runner’s World and about the Mountain Runners; wanting :: this semester to be over, coffee, and a long vacation; working :: on class work and the library’s zombie apocalypse plan; writing :: projects proposals for class, class instructionContinue reading “Week 2”

Mile Markers : The 26.2 Most Important Reasons Why Women Run

I am a runner. Nowhere in that statement do I mean to imply that I am a fast runner or a strong runner. I simply mean by that statement that I run. I run to feel good and whole. Runners are runners if they say so  — and Kristin Armstrong emphasizes this sentiment in MileContinue reading “Mile Markers : The 26.2 Most Important Reasons Why Women Run”