A first step in a new direction can be frightening. Just think about a few of those first steps we take in life. As a child, stepping onto the school bus by ourselves may be exciting, but it can also be terrifying. I can remember a little thrill of concern each year as the new school year would draw close.
December 12, 2014: Ruth Shields of Van Buren Rd., Mt. Eden to Jason Payne and Kelly Payne of Woods Ln., Elizabethtown, a lot more specifically described in deed book 264 page 643, in the Spencer County Clerk’s office, $120,000.
March. Kentucky’s basketball team has laid claim to a peak where Big Blue fan expectations live. Full summit.
A high place where 46 SEC titles brings more yawn than yea.
Whatever happens from here, smothering quick-and-cocky Arkansas, surgical ways it was done, moved the blue team to a place that transcends RPIs, wins and polls.
Perfect rhythm and harmony among men and perfect place. The top.
The beauty outside the window on a snowy winter’s day is hard to deny. The white blanket that covers everything seems so soft, while the frigid cold makes things appear crystal clear. To walk outside and hear the winter silence broken only by the crunch of snow underfoot and the soft hiss as the wind blows the snow along can be intoxicating.
Anyone who is honest realizes there are big problems with college athletics. Money dwarfs academics on the list of things that matter in college sports today and that flow of green has funded the giant hush that’s dominated the Ivory Towers of college administration buildings for decades.