I’m starting to think about MdS as a restful vacation with a bit running thrown in. I’m not underestimating the desert...
I want to write about all the funny banter I heard between Scott Jurek, Jenn Shelton and the talented visually impaired runner they were guiding at CIM this past weekend. But, instead, I am sewing a back onto the tuxedo shirt that Asa’s wearing tonight for his choir performance. Yes, a back. Yes, sewing. Yes, I do not know how [...]Liza
Hi everybody. Apologies for being a rotten blogger since JFK. I was feeling low, and it never seems like it’s useful to share that at the time. So! Asthma update: I saw a specialist on Tuesday and he put me on a 5-day course of oral prednisone, a daily dose of Singulair, and gave me specific instructions on how to use my albuterol [...]Liza
I listened to the National Anthem at the starting line of the JFK 50 yesterday prepared to deal with anything the race threw at me — besides an asthma attack that eventually had me on the ground covered in leaves committed to trading in my running shoes for a remote control and a premium Netflix subscription. I don’t think of [...]Liza
(Making grown men giggle.) This is the first morning I’ve woken up in a long while thinking about plans for the future. I used to be the Queen of 5-Year Plans. I pulled out a piece of graph paper, and I was just about to get vision-ing when Ruby started hollering from the back bedroom. She’s decided not to observe the switch [...]Liza
Eliot’s cousin posted this earlier: “Today fear and hate and deception won. But we know that’s not the end of the story. Love and truth and redemption will be victorious.” Agreed. And here is something uplifting if you’re in need of uplift this morning: Alexander Aciman’s, “How a Lifetime of [...]Liza