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.
- I know too much about politicians' penises.
- History you can eat!
- It'll be interesting to see how this plays out.
- Japanese toilets are the best.
- Grifters, All of them are grifters.
- A fair number of work-related conversations I have are about the needs of first generation college students. Scholarships are only the first step.
- We don't deserve dogs.
- That bear is me.
- Why we can't have nice things.
- Always punch up.
- This is a genius app. I've put it on my phone, just in case a run goes really sour.
- Speaking of running: I had no idea this happened and it's just up the road.
- Saving for later.
- On costume design and the delightful Schitt's Creek.
- The fundamental mysteries of live theater.
- Rotting fruit but not really.
- I, too, keep a list of things that aren't comets.
- This is an amazing piece of writing.
- The first few paragraphs of this New Yorker piece explain money laundering really well.
- The money quote: Goop, a one-stop shop for people hell-bent on perfecting themselves, has helped sell Americans on the idea that “wellness” means buying things until you feel better.
I'm so ready to move on to fall and other thoughts over at Another Mother Runner.
So very ready, you guys.