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.
This is the “firefighter’s hat” Asa insisted on wearing to the playground the other day. I’m all for using one’s imagination, but, when it comes down to it, I don’t want my child wearing Tupperware in public. So I purchased this. I know, I’m squelching his resourcefulness and ingenuity. Rest [...]Liza
Woo Hoo! It’s 7:35 pm and the boy’s in bed for the night. Party on the treadmill!! Thanks so much to you folks who commented or sent e-mails in response to yesterday’s post. Y’all are awesome. Heartfelt cyber hug. (And I haven’t even looked twice at a piece of cobbler today.) Before we dropped Eliot [...]Liza
This is what’s not going on in the Howard house tonight: I’m not running 20 miles on the treadmill. Instead, I’m tucking into my third(!) piece of peach cobbler and watching “Freakonomics” on Netflix. Eliot’s somewhere between Cleveland and Toledo, driving the last leg of his trip to his grandfather’s [...]Liza
In case any of you missed Race Director, Joe Prusaitis’ story yesterday, here it is. Enjoy. So much of life is full of contrasts… and to be certain, so are most of the best stories. I went for a run yesterday morning… very early, such that I was done before the dawn. And I know that I was half asleep for much of that jaunt. [...]Liza
Asa and I made some fettucine noodles a few days ago with my grandmother’s hand crank pasta maker. I haven’t made pasta since I was in sixth grade. My friend and I actually had a little business back then and we sold enough to open a tiny little bank account. Happily, the whole process was as easy as I remember it. Easier, [...]Liza