It felt so nice to ride my bike-of-choice (my road bike) in my way-of-choice (on streets and in protected infrastructure) yesterday — past murals (including this peachy one), to a community garden, through a school […]
Grape news! We’re recently done with figs*, and now muscadines are falling. Bike helmets come in extra handy at this time of year 🙂 There’s a chapter in my book, Food for My Daughters, titled […]
My active time as the first Metro Atlanta Bicycle Mayor as part of a global consortium with the Amsterdam-based social enterprise BYCS is now over. My final two months in pro-bono service (my term ends […]
There’s a whole lotta pretty out there.
Good morning, Mayor, City Council, and fellow Dunwoody citizens. I left this comment on Councilor Heneghan’s blog this morning and wanted to share it with everyone, with the small but persistent hope that something I […]
I’m done. Metro Atlanta is now officially off the global map as having an active bicycle mayor (and rollerskater!) as part of the global consortium of more-than-130 bicycle mayors with the Amsterdam-based social enterprise BYCS. […]
I can’t get this fact, learned in a series of futures thinking courses I took recently, out of my mind: 1. On a medical scan called a Functional MRI (fMRI), the brain lights up in […]
Okay, so this is realistic, right? The United States of America consists of 3.8 million miles. The distance from Atlanta to New York for my dad’s 90th birthday next April would be 893 miles. From […]