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.
Well, I stretched last night and this morning and my foot and leg feel better, so there’s that. 🙂 It’s a good morning here at the Howard house. Eliot got up early and made bread and granola. Won the husband lottery, I did. I’m on my second cup of coffee and Asa is eating granola and not throwing a tantrum. I’m [...]Liza
This fellow and about twenty of his friends were in the road on my way home from a run at Bandera today. There were a bunch of cowboys nearby and the whole thing had the look of a cattle drive — except the cowboys were mostly just sitting on their horses watching the cattle wander around the highway. Those horns are particularly [...]Liza
I’m sitting at the dining room table ignoring the havoc wrought by my three year-old son and his two buddies earlier this morning. Hurricane Asa-Toby-Brooks was only a Category 3 storm. And now that I’ve decided that bending down to pick up Legos off the floor counts as stretching, cleaning them up is gratifying. I’ve gotten [...]Liza
My friend sent a note to the local news channel and paper about my run at Leadville. (Local Flatlander Runs in Colorado Mountains and Doesn’t Suck.) The response was kind, but basically went: “Very nice, but that was sooooo almost 2 weeks ago.” I don’t follow the local news too closely (because we’ve only lived [...]Liza
K. and I went for a pedicure together today because she deserved one and because I thought I should put forth a little effort. It was the standard pedicure scene: a seemingly gracious lady talking about you in a foreign language to another seemingly gracious lady. To be fair, I only understand English and some Spanish, so the ladies could [...]Liza