I’ve got a pretty awesome partner/wife/spouse/best friend, but sometimes it takes reading one of her articles to realize all that she does and how deeply she thinks. To that end, take a few minutes and catch up with the recently published Engaged Pedagogy and Neighborhood Change in South Memphis by Katherine Lambert-Pennington.
This was the view before I started my last run of the day. Gorgeous!
We’re enjoying almost perfect conditions today. Jeff, Scott, Larry, and I are carving up the Nevada side.
We all had breakfast at the Driftwood Cafe (a tradition), and then Larry and I hit the slopes, tearing up the California side. Now, we are on the Nevada side, warming up in the lodge. Outside, it is about 12 degrees and blowing hard. Near perfect snow, though!
Robert Bell, Richie Trenthem, and I completed our 6th Annual Memphis Walk on December 15th, 2012. As in previous years (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011), we met at the cobblestones of the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis at sunrise and started walking in a general direction. This year, we kept an almost due-east track, ending […]