Halfway there.

On October 27, 2017, I read the following article by author Bob Bly.  (Mr. Bly gives full permission to reprint his articles as long as you give him credit.) I recommend you read the article in its entirety.  Here it is (Actually, this is only part of the article. He...

Came at the right time…

I am pretty tired these days.  My site was attacked on Friday.  That’s all cleaned up now, but I am tired.  And, now I have an incredible amount of work to catch up on. Just at the right time, this note showed up: I am in your Henle class, though doing most...

105-Year-Old Cyclist sets a new record.

I love stories like this. http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/01/04/508213332/105-year-old-cyclist-rides-14-miles-in-an-hour-en-route-to-a-world-record So what’s his secret? Marchand’s coach and friend Gerard Mistler told the AP it’s simple:...

The books that changed my life, part 2.

I have been re-editing my book Via.  A publishing friend of mine wants to turn it into a physical book. During the re-edit phase, my wife has encouraged me to add a section on books.  What are the books that have altered the direction of my life? The original post is...

Lingua Latina kept me going.

Someone submitted this question:  “Is there a particular grammar book for Latin that you would recommend reading and re-reading?” Here is my short answer: Lingua Latina by Hans Ørberg. Here is my long answer: I have looked for an answer to this question...