Monthly Archives: September 2012

What I Missed

Today, as reported in my previous post, I walked my usual route for the first time in several weeks. The penalty for walking farther afield and having adventures elsewhere is that I lose track of what’s going on in my … Continue reading

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Today’s Experiment

It rained off and on all day yesterday, but I was really hoping for dry weather today because my plan was to take the next step in getting to know my GPS watch. The Garmin Forerunner 405CX package includes a … Continue reading

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Why I Love the Internet

At our Rotary meeting last week, WKRG-TV Sports Director Randy Patrick commented that it is now so easy to verify information online that there is no excuse for propagating misinformation. As a copy editor (in which capacity I also serve … Continue reading

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Not So Long After All

In a previous post, I commented on the extreme length of Neal Stephenson’s Cryptonomicon, which I was reading on my Kindle. As it turned out, it was not as long as I had thought. My husband had started reading it … Continue reading

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Today’s Adventure

Last Sunday, I reported on walking down to the American Legion, south of town. Today I decided to head in the other direction, north on Section Street to St. James Episcopal Church (formerly St. James’—it lost the apostrophe when it … Continue reading

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Treadmill Reading

It’s been a while since I wrote about what I’m currently reading while I tread the mill. I usually reserve my Kindle for treadmill reading, but, in anticipation of a ten-day vacation, half of it spent on planes and trains, … Continue reading

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Farther Afield

Today I made good on my promise to myself to take advantage of my new GPS watch (which keeps track of where I go and tells me how far I’ve walked—not to mention my speed, elevation change, number of calories … Continue reading

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