Kenny D

I don’t have a lot to say this week. Last week we had a memorial service for my cousin Kenny D, who died in an automobile accident. We were pretty close, because he stayed with our family for a while after his mother died when he was about two years old. I was about thirteen at the time, give or take a couple of years.

Jacks Fork

Kenny later spent hAlley Springis childhood years living with his father and his new family on the Jack’s Fork river, which is a few miles from the Current River where our family recently vacationed.

If you haven’t been checking the other pages; there are some new items on the NEWS page; and I’m still waiting for help with your recommendations on the RESOURCES page.

One of my students reminded me of an article I read a few years back about a one-legged bicycle courier who makes his living in the traffic of New York City. The article about Dexter Benjamin is very inspiring, here.

Dexter Benjamin

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