Liza Howard. Ultrarunning Mom.

Ultrarunning Mom

Sunday night

I ran 20 miles this morning with my training buddy.  About 14 miles in he said, “OK, these next four miles let’s take it down ten seconds each mile.  6:50, 6:40, 6:30, 6:20.”  Needless to say, my shoelace required some attention right after the second mile.” Me: (gasping) Oh, gosh.  Gotta stop.  Shoelace.  You go […]

09 Nov
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There is no tri — only do

I was whining to Eliot about having to work on the trifold for the camp.  (Rich is actually designing the trifold.   I just have to provide a bit of information.  It’s a tiny job.  Anyway, I was whining about it.)  And Eliot, who had retired to the bedroom to watch Netflix on his iPad […]

07 Nov
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Halloween and more marathoning

Ruby was a fairy princess — minus the wings and the wand.  She actually did have a wand for about 10 minutes, but it didn’t survive the car ride to our friends’ house.  She did have some feathered Cinderella slippers though.  The left one kept falling off as we canvassed the neighborhood –which seemed appropriate. […]

04 Nov
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The last few weeks in pictures and a few words

Hello? Anybody still there? Well, now that it’s just the two of us reading this blog… There’s been a bit of drama here.  Nothing related to the family.  They’re all great.  And fencing. There’s just been a bit of running community drama, which took the wind out of my sails.  I didn’t expect it.  I’m […]

30 Oct
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Caught up! and Day 19/225

Chaos report:  I read an article yesterday with tips about how to approach your daily email inbox. (9 Rules For Emailing From Google Exec Eric Schmidt)  My goal is to test the rules out for you today.  (That’s right, if you’re reading this blog and thinking, why is Liza blogging and not answering my important […]

07 Oct
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