Liza Howard

Liza Howard

Liza Howard is a national champion runner with multiple records in distances ranging from marathons to 100 mile trail races.

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Liza Howard

Liza Howard is a national champion runner with multiple records in distances ranging from marathons to 100 mile trail races.


October, 2018 5

Never fails 306/365

Never fails. Anytime I start to really skimp on sleep, the articles about how awful that is for you start appearing.   Alright, already. You try and work from home! Saturday, we drove to Corpus Christi for Asa’s soccer game, (2.5 hours for an 11 year-old’s soccer game), went to the team lunch afterwards, then (heck, we’re [...]

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Naked Mole-rats 305/365

I was panning for gold on Twitter and voilà! Here’s the link to the article which AND the live cam! Two things: Halloween Costume: Check! Itinerary for Christmas visit to DC: Check! What’s making me happy: Running: 14 miles easy with 90 seconds pickups every 8 minutes

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Coyote Free 304/365

I broke down and got a membership to Anytime Fitness. It was a coyote in the neighborhood that finally pushed me over the edge. I’ve been skittish ever since I got attacked by a dog in DC, and I’ve been running with pepper spray, and sharing the dark neighborhood streets with the coyote seemed like too much. If I lived out in the [...]

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No more forwarding 303/365

My neighbor came over last night for a glass of wine. We’ve been neighbors for years now, but this was our first wine drinking get together. And I found out that the woman who owned the house before us died in a murder suicide a few years ago! I guess I’ll stop forwarding her mail. I also found out her husband is in jail for 20 plus [...]

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Quality ideas 302/365

Eliot’s grading student papers about that trip to Costa Rica with the Honors College in August. Most of the writing is awful. I wish I could provide some samples for you. Here’s a picture of Eliot ranting about it instead. One of his actual comments on this paper: “Pro-tip: That red squiggly line under a word means it’s [...]

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