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 walked into the house last night after getting back to San Antonio and told Eliot that I was really excited to get out to Bandera today for a run. “Aren’t you teaching in Austin for the next three days?” Doh! It really had slipped my mind entirely. (Of course I would have remembered WMI employers.) I slept for about [...]Liza
I wish I could just sit down with you all over a cup of coffee and tell you about yesterday. It’s going to be a challenge for me to string all the images and impressions from the race into something coherent. Perhaps you should think of this post as one-sided, rambling, caffeinated chat rather than a report. Ok, so here goes: Wingnut: [...]Liza
Hi folks. I just wanted to let you know I was alive and well and not drowning in Jelly Bellies. I had a great race. I’ll have a report and good stories tomorrow. I was 7th female right after Meghan Arbogast. I’m not listed as finishing on the race results right now if you look. I’m not sure what wackiness is going on there; [...]Liza
Hello from the Phoenix airport! The people-watching is pretty good right now. There’s a 60 year-old guy to my left watching the Rocky Horror episode of Glee on his IPad. And there are two women across from me debating whether to buy Frangelica from the Duty Free shop. My old friend T. is picking me up at the airport in San Francisco [...]Liza
Good morning folks. Thursday’s snuck up on me. Weren’t we just unpacking the car from Thanksgiving? (And by “we” I mean Eliot. I just got out of the car when we pulled into the driveway and never looked back.) I woke up at four this morning with a disagreeable headache. My spirits dropped (Enough already [...]Liza