I’m starting to think about MdS as a restful vacation with a bit running thrown in. I’m not underestimating the desert...
Liza Howard is a national champion runner with multiple records in distances ranging from marathons to 100 mile trail races.
You guys, I am so tired. So you know what that means? It’s time for me to come across an article on the importance of sleep! And voila! Honestly! If I weren’t so tired, I’d laugh… or cry… or do something besides staring at this computer screen blankly for minutes at a time. I’m working a lot of weekends [...]Liza
3:00am-4am: Drive from Pullman, WA to airport in Lewiston, ID 4:00am-5:15am: Return rental car, go through security, peruse vending machines for breakfast 5:15am-1:25pm: Fly/Sleep to San Antonio 1:25-2pm: Lyft to house 2pm 2pm-2:30pm: Minivan to Ruby’s school 2:30pm-3pm: Minivan to Asa’s school 3pm: Collect chicken eggs [...]Liza
In order to get me home in time to pick up Ruby and Asa today, I’m leaving the hotel here in Pullman, Washington at 3am to drive a tiny Ford Fiesta rental car to an airport in Idaho for a 5:15am flight. From there, I’ll fly to Salt Lake and then onto San Antonio. I’ll land in San Antonio at 1:30, take a Lyft home, pick up [...]Liza
I don’t have a car here on the Washington State University campus, so I haven’t been able to get to a grocery store, and I forgot to save any dinner from last night, all of which resulted in a pretty rough run this morning. It’s beautiful country here, and the temperature was in the upper 50s, so I was still happy as I [...]Liza
Turns out my co-instructor was right. She was shorter. First time for everything. We think we’re probably the shortest instructor team at the school. There should be a prize. So I went for a run this morning. The weather is beautiful here in Pullman, Washington. Gorgeous. I think it was probably in the mid-50s when I started my run. [...]Liza