Several years ago, Bruce Larson wrote in his book Wind and Fire about the interesting life of sandhill cranes. And since I know your week would not be complete without hearing some fascinating information about sandhill cranes, I thought I’d
Back in the day when I worked in college athletics, I knew a guy named Oscar Combs who published a weekly magazine devoted to University of Kentucky athletics called Cats’ Pause. Of course, in these parts football is king, but
Two friends–one an optimist and the other a pessimist–could never quite agree on any topic of discussion. One day the optimist decided he had found a good way to pull his friend out of his continually pessimistic way of thinking.
You have probably heard of Hippocrates, usually credited as being the father of modern medicine. “Modern” may be up for debate, since he lived and practiced medicine in the 4th century B.C. Still, most physicians and healthcare professionals today take