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.
Today was a lost day. I taught Asa a day of 6th grade, drove Ruby too and from school, drove Asa to and from swimming and then choir. I went to the supermarket, and I checked on my coaching clients and talked with a few of these wonderful folks on the phone. And then it was 10pm. Fast forward. What’s making me happy: More Lin-Manuel [...]Liza
Oh my gosh! I am toast. I slept for a few hours this morning, talked(taught) for four more hours, ran up and down the street in front of the school, almost missed my flight due to traffic, walked zombie-like through the airport in Dallas, got home around midnight. Eliot was waiting up to give me some dinner. I scarfed it down and fell asleep [...]Liza
Oh my gosh, I’m beat. I ran this morning before class, wolfed down breakfast, taught for eight hours, ran again and then came into the little cabin they have me in, and took a nap until 11pm. Not the smartest strategy, but the rest of my work is done — and I’ll take another “nap” until morning. I’m in my [...]Liza
I’m a single instructor for this WFA course. Just me and 15 NOLS semester students. I got in well past midnight last night and I stumbled around in the dark for a while looking for my cabin out behind the wash house. I decided to run after class was over today in order to get at least 6.5 hours of sleep. It seemed like a good idea [...]Liza
Pancake breakfast in bed for the birthday girl. And a birthday party with lots and lots of little girls and a few older brothers. (Not pictured: 6 more little girls.) Eliot’s amazing piñata: And check out the heart cakes I made! Strawberry cakes with strawberry frosting. The little boy at the end took a bite and told me loudly that [...]Liza