Three Days Later

I’m alive!  I am still living on cloud nine after Sunday, but it is time to get back to reality (and hopefully training).  Monday was rest day and I barely moved all day.  It was nice to just take a lazy day and relax.  I also discovered on Monday that I have a little nagging injury in my left foot, so yesterday I went to the Parkwest Therapy Center for the post marathon clinic.  The pain is in the outside left of my foot and continues into the ankle.  I suffered a stress fracture on the same foot last year, so I was worried that it was resurfacing.  But after talking to my physical therapist yesterday, my mind was put at ease.  Apparently its a minor sprain/strain on the tiny bones in my ankle.  Her prescription: rest and ice.  She said I should be good as new in two weeks, just in time for my birthday.

Tomorrow the Biggest Winner is announced, so stay tuned for a post about that.  Also in other unrelated news, I am leaving tomorrow night for Nashville and will be there until Sunday.  I am volunteering as a college staffer for the Youth in Government Conference so I will actually get to spend some time on Capitol Hill and in the Senate chambers.  AND, Sunday afternoon I am meeting my friend Valerie who lives in Nashville and we are going to her gym to ZUMBA.  How fun!

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1 thought on “Three Days Later

  1. Sorry to hear about your foot, but I am so glad you had it checked out at the clinic. Sure hope it heals soon! I can't wait to run with you on your bday!!!! Wow! Sounds like an exciting weekend for you. Have fun and be sure to take lots of pics!

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