Author: Patti Niehoff

Bicycle Boy grows up to Big Business

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Originally posted on <a href="https://brightonbicycleclub.wordpress.com/2014/08/05/bicycle-boy-grows-up-to-big-business">brighton bicycle club</a>: <br />Charles F. Williams, who in 1910 was elected the head of Western & Southern Life Insurance Company in Cincinnati, was a member of the Porkopolis Wheelmen and made several century runs (100 mile rides) in his day. He was elected Secretary of the Associated Cyclers Clubhouse in 1896. He had an impressive collection of artwork, which included works by Sargent, Duveneck, and Van Dyke (among many others). It was…

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qotd April 2, 2015 — Naomi Shihab Nye

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When you live in a rapidly moving swirl, you can only view your surroundings with a glance. Poetry requires us to slow down, to take time to pause. — Naomi Shihab Nye, Academy of American Poets Chancellor Related articles Poet Sjohnna McCray receives Walt Whitman Award Library of Congress Announces Date, Location, Theme, and a Few Participants for 2015 National Book Festival

Last words: Paul Kalanithi

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When you come to one of the many moments in life when you must give an account of yourself, provide a ledger of what you have been, and done, and meant to the world, do not, I pray, discount that you filled a dying man’s days with a sated joy, a joy unknown to me in all my prior years, a joy that does not hunger for more and more, but rests, satisfied. In this […]

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Quantity produces quality. If you only write a few things, you’re doomed. — Ray Bradbury Related articles Zen in the Art of Writing – according to Ray Bradbury Writing Quote: Ray Bradbury Called Himself A Fantasy Writer Three Things Are Missing