It's been getting harder to run. No, not like physically hard. I can't enjoy running when I have to be careful at every corner I turn in fear that a dog walker or a kid on a bicycle will be soaring by. I have to meticulously calculate how to pass others when there are two… Continue reading When there’s nowhere to run
The boy raised his hand quickly to wave at us with a half smile. Bryce and I drove by, and I waved back. I was surprised that this kid who had been playing basketball in the street had 1) moved over for us and 2) waved at us, even if it was brief. We were… Continue reading Are Seattleites “unfreezing” during this pandemic?
Studies/the Internet/my husband have told me that you should mimic your commute to and from work even while working from home. I've been trying to do that. Typically, when I am working at the office, I drive and have about a 10-minute walk from where I park, to the office. Now before I start my… Continue reading Being grateful – during times of social distancing
The one positive of social distancing and staying home is that I have been walking around wayyyy more. I had been training for a marathon but once my May race announced that it had (understandably) canceled the event, I lost motivation to keep training. I'm still running, just not double-digit-mileage runs anymore. I'm running some,… Continue reading Spring is still “on”