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.
I don’t think we can blame my parents for the tsunami bearing down on Hawaii, exactly. I’m just saying that that earthquake hit New Zealand right after they left Christchurch and flew back to my sister’s home in Hawaii. And this tsunami is arriving a week after they left Hawaii to return to Virginia. (My sister’s house [...]Liza
Our house is surrounded by a chain link fence. This is not nearly as attractive as it sounds. I give it a scowl every morning when I look out the kitchen window. I should be thankful because it keeps Asa contained in the backyard, but I have not reached that level of enlightenment. Chain Link Enlightenment. (Comes right after you [...]Liza
Please tell me how it got to be the middle of the week already. Wasn’t it just Sunday evening? I certainly haven’t accomplished anything in the last two days. I mean, the house is a bit messier, but it seems to do that on its own without my help. Randomly, NPR’s “Fronteras: The Changing America Desk,” [...]Liza
Asa told me I was “sweet like a cinnamon roll,” so I have forgiven him for getting up at 5 this morning. I had a lot on my mind and hadn’t fallen asleep until past midnight, but I’ll overlook most anything if you compare me to fatty sweets — and you’re three. We baked a three-layer chocolate cake from [...]Liza
I didn’t check the fridge and cupboards before I headed off to the supermarket this morning and now I’m drowning in broccoli, angel hair pasta, and yellow onions. I would rather be drowning in other things. House cleaners, pedicures, and watermelons. Eliot got me a watermelon after the race and I inhaled it. Rehydrating [...]Liza