My latest column for another mother runner is alive. In this one, the fates smile kindly upon my run in Rehoboth.
First up, over at Another Mother Runner, my latest column is live. In it, I am visited by the fates.
Second, I happened to stumble over this old interview with Alton Brown I did. While I think the piece turned out okay, all I remember from that day was trying to not throw up in his lap because I was still in the puke-y stage of pregnancy. Good times.
A bit of shameless self-promo, first. This week, I was the cohost on the Another Mother Runner podcast. We talked about the idea/quest of running a race in all 50 states. In the intro, tho, I gave Sarah the low-down on how my daughter hit our house with my new (to me) car last week. It's been ... fun? The pod is here.
- Our hills create champions.
- Empathy binge.
- This guy reminds me so much of our departed Mooch, who was also a spicy a-hole.
- Is this melancholy or is this peace?
- It's harder to be kind than clever.
- You're not going to believe this.
- Does it make you happy?
- Another entry in the "people are really interesting" file.
- I wish I were a student again.
Over at Another Mother Runner, a few words and a bunch of pictures about my Tucson half.
- "the hollowness of privilege, the toxicity of comparison, and the melancholy of accomplishment."
- I discovered how much I could be making if I were willing to write essays for college students and grousing about how my sense of right and wrong was keeping me poor. A friend pointed this out.
- Thirteen every day, on average.
- A travel guide for NPR nerds.
- Why would this seem like a good idea?
- You should see the face I am making right now.
- People are interesting.
- I honestly have no idea where I stand on this.
- Do not police the grief of others.
- Oddly hypnotic.
- Bonjour le blob.
My latest column is live over at Another Mother Runner: A Tale of Two Runs.
Over at Another Mother Runner: Adrienne Martini's Day Off.