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.
Look what I made today! An informational flyer! I’m not quite sure how seven pasted pictures and a few paragraphs sucked up my entire morning, but they sure did. The only other thing I accomplished today was buying a box of off-brand Cheez-Its and eating the whole thing. I didn’t even run because my calf was sore. (There [...]Liza
We went downtown for the MLK march yesterday. Eliot’s been going for about ten years now, and Asa’s gone for eight. I’ve bowed out more than I’ve gone because I don’t like being in large crowds much — especially with babies and toddlers. But I was very happy to be able to go yesterday. And Ruby cooperated. [...]Liza
Ruby is asleep, Eliot and Asa are playing Go Fish at the dining room table, and I’ve got a sweet potato galette in the oven. A pretty good accounting for us Howards. There’s still moldy grout in the shower, piles of laundry, and 73 unanswered emails in my inbox, but… I’m just going to focus on this guy. PS. Here [...]Liza
It’s 5am and I’m sitting at the counter drinking coffee and working on an impressive To Do list. It’s so nice and quiet. I’m hopeful Ruby will sleep in past her usual 5:05am wake-up. I’d like to be at least one and half cups of coffee in before the chaos starts. Have you all already seen this? It’s [...]Liza
Etymology of Easy Peasy: “The OED’s first citation for the phrase–whose non-rhyming American equivalent is easy as pie–is from 1976, but it originated some years before that in the expression easy peasy lemon squeezy, which may or may not have originated in an advertising slogan for the “washing-up liquid” (aka dish detergent) [...]Liza