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.
I ran with my speedy buddy at 5:30 this morning. It went surprisingly well — mostly because he’d run hard in the heat the day before, and he was pretty wiped out. I’m going to start back up on Strava soon. I need to start concentrating on pace again, and that Strava platform is a great motivator. Then I ran with my friend Lisa tonight [...]Liza
So I’ve been burning the candle at both ends and in the middle in order to pay off some debt and get our savings in order. We’re almost there, and I’m getting excited to use the candle for something other than a fuel source. I’d like to go back to school, but I’m not sure exactly for what. I’m going to homeschool Asa next year, [...]Liza
I definitely need to start limiting myself to teaching weekend courses in Central or Eastern time zones. Otherwise, I’m on 5am flights on Monday mornings that don’t get me back to San Antonio until noon, which just doesn’t work when there’s a 10 year-old and 4 year-old who are out of school for the summer waiting in San Antonio. [...]Liza
The weather is sunny and fine today here at Oracle State Park north of Tucson. And I’m pooped. Pooooooped. Let’s call it heat exhaustion from cumulative time in the heat over the past seven days. I’m actually supposed to write about heat exhaustion for my next installment for irunfar, but I’m too (mildly) heat exhausted [...]Liza
I’m teaching north of Tucson at Oracle State Park today. But it doesn’t look like that today. It’s raining and chilly. It’s hard to believe, but it’s so welcome after last week’s heat and humidity in Nacogdoches. I’ve actually got my puffy jacket on. (I packed it to demonstrate an improvised cervical [...]Liza