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Gymnopodal Therapy

It’s now been 10 weeks since the surgery to repair my ruptured Achilles tendon. Maybe it’s time for an update.

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What’s Afoot?

If you read my post asking (and answering) What’s Up, Doc?, you might now also be asking, “What’s Afoot?”

Here’s an update, along with a few, somewhat interesting, side issues.

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What’s Up, Doc?

A couple of folks asked a question on my last post. Was I OK? Well, when the first question was asked, the answer was yes.

But things change . . .

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ComFest 2017

I’ve written about Columbus’ ComFest before. As I said then, it’s a bit hippie, a bit progressive, a bit community volunteerism, a bit local music, and an artist shindig well-worth going to. Given that nature, you won’t be surprised to hear that you’ll also see quite a few people going barefoot there, even though they are what I tend to call blanket barefooters.

And this year there was added drama with a lawsuit.

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A Tribute to My Father

Only about one person in 1,461 is born on February 29. They’re the 0.07%. My father was one of them.

Today would have been his 23rd birthday.

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Dismindfulness

I know it’s been a long time since I last wrote here. I’m afraid the Muses have left me. However, I do want to at least do a summary wrap-up post with some observations about the interaction between my last trip Out West and barefootedness.

If you read all the entries, you’ll know that there were times that I donned footwear (even though I had really, really hoped not to resort to it). Here are some observations and realizations I acquired through that experience.

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The Creek Boys

One of the blogs I regularly read is Lenore Skenazy’s Free-Range Kids. She debunks a lot of the unreasonable fears that parents have these days and advocates for letting kids grow up the way we used to, without having parents constantly hovering and directing their lives.

She recently highlighted “The Creek Boys of Raleigh” and it shows, that given a chance, kids do still go barefoot.

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