My latest post over at Another Mother Runner is live (alive, I say)! In it, I talk about my next adventure...
Over at Another Mother Runner: I finally do a thing I've long trained for. It was way hard and way cool.
My latest Dry Martini column is live over at Another Mother Runner. This one is a potpourri of weather, PRs, and Florence.
I’d be lying if I said things weren’t a little chaotic with a new, pony-sized doggo in the house. He and the corgi have had a few teeth-bared and all-the-growling arguments (one of which ended with her entire head in his mouth, which shaved about a decade off of my life) but then lay down together for naps so it seems to just be a part of figuring out the pack order. My bets are on the corg coming out on top. Though she be but little, she is fierce. And stubborn. And bossy.
As for Lobo, he’s taking it in stride:
I’m starting to think about writing a children’s book. It would be about how hard it is to adjust to a new sibling, especially when that new sibling seems to take up all the space (both literal and emotional) in the house. Anyone good at drawing dogs?
Also: I may need to up my vacuuming routine.
In other news, my latest Dry Martini column, which contains no dogs but does involve pictures of the beach.
Over at the Another Mother Runner blog: How I won Beach to Beacon.
Also: a reminder -- winter is coming. You will need mittens. Let me knit some for you.
* Over at Mason-Dixon Knitting, I had the opportunity to talk with Julia Farwell-Clay, whose work I’ve long admired. Give it a read and learn about the Sweater of Pathos.
* My take on American Runs over at Another Mother Runner. Hint: I’m pro. Not a pro, however.
A new Dry Martini column is live at Another Mother Runner: what’s the worst that happens?
It’s been a busy spring. Let me tell you how busy in my most recent Dry Martini column....
In this week's Dry Martini column, the sky gods laughed.