The plan was to run around Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City, 9.73 miles to prove to myself that my legs are ready for the OKC Memorial Marathon half on April … Continue reading Runners blog: smoky skies a reason to take my long run inside
We’re headed down the homestretch now. Three weeks to go until my third half-marathon in Oklahoma City, and my fourth time participating in the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon event overall. … Continue reading 3 weeks until Oklahoma City half + Redbud Classic
I had a coffee with a friend of mine a couple months back, and we discussed our careers and digital and marketing and social media, and we discussed the things … Continue reading Where I find my digital inspiration
The minute I felt it, I knew my back was screwed. At least for awhile. I used to get sciatica pretty bad in my early 30s, and then I didn’t … Continue reading Runner’s blog: How I got started running and why I love it
We’re more than two months into the year, and I have a story to tell you about a Christmas present, a Christmas present that turned out to be the most … Continue reading Basketball hoop dreams a nightmare to assemble
Oklahoma is a much more topographically diverse state than most folks think, although I love referring to John Fullbright’s “All The Time In The World:” Central Oklahoma Is my land, … Continue reading Cool getaway for cheap? Beavers Bend State Park brings the beauty
There are hundreds of stories of people who “cut the cord,” meaning that they eliminated cable and went to slimmer services or none at all. Some go to things like … Continue reading Back to Basic(s): Lots of people ‘cut the cord.’ I reattached. Here’s why.
We had ice in central Oklahoma today, but I’m not sure we can call it an ice storm. Back in 2007, we had an ice storm. And it was an … Continue reading The story behind, “Dear OG&E,” & remembering the 2007 Oklahoma ice storm