We were about at the midpoint of our 75-minute yoga class when the instructor told us to sit cross-legged on our mats – hands cupped in our laps, one over the other, as if awaiting communion – and breathe.
Last week, inspired by Anne Bogel’s “What Should I Read Next?” podcast, I shared some titles suggested by local teachers and others for what parents should read next – books that could aid their parenting, illuminate teaching practices or just help them better connect with their kids.
My husband and I and a few friends were having drinks on the patio of a local watering hole one recent afternoon, enjoying a spring breeze just days before it decided to betray us all and burn parts of Kansas to a crisp.
I’ve never been what my friend Tammy would would call a “black-belt shopper” – a phrase she accurately and deservedly uses to describe herself – but I decided to brave last week’s Dillard’s sale anyway.
Over the years, game time at our house has become an individualized affair – my son playing League of Legends on his laptop, my daughter on her phone or iPod, me on the couch playing Crossy Road or doing my daily Lumosity workout, and my husband scanning eBay.
Rick Krueger wanted to refurbish a truck, but Linda Krueger wanted to do a car. “So it had to be a Mustang, and we’re both in,” he said. “And it’s got to be a fastback, a ’65, ’6, ’7 or ’8.” That’s what set the wheels in motion on what would be a decade-long project resulting in a one-of-a-kind 1968 Mustang fastback powered by a 532 cubic-inch big-block Ford engine. (Mike Berry/kansas..com)
A Mustang transformed
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