I See You

I See You

By: Jodi Jordan About a year ago, I was out for an early morning run around White Rock Lake. It was overcast, chilly, and relatively isolated. As I left the lake and headed toward Norbuck Park, a truck slowed behind me about a mile from home. As I headed toward the...
My Story: Megan Opperman

My Story: Megan Opperman

By:  Megan Opperman     I was always the kid who cried in PE. In fact, on run-the-mile day you might find me hiding under the bleachers. After all, running even one lap was torture. I was always the smallest kid in my class so I never even considered that in...
Inside the Cone Lane

Inside the Cone Lane

By: Tanna Wood Everyday is a new day. Everyday we face new challenges, and every day we must decide if we are going to play by the rules and stay inside the cone lane. For those of you who do not know what “inside the cone lane” means, it is a phrase we use in the...