“my real name is…. matt smith.”
the doctor takes off his jacket and bowtie to reveal his real self. he has been a human actor all...
dear season 9,
human cas waking up from a nap to find dean sitting next to him watching him like “yeah see its creepy isnt it?”
You’ve not seen rage until you see the most patient person you know completely run out and lose it.
For the last month or so, my right ankle has been really persistent and I can’t ignore it anymore. At first it was, ‘Oh, you need to reach that glass way up there? Haha, nice try, because the minute you get up on your toes, I’m going to make it hurt.”
Then it progressed to, “Hmm. I see some uneven ground ahead. Let’s make that uncomfortable, too. And you dropped your keys? Good luck crouching down to get them without some pain. BAHAHAHA!”
I’ve stopped running as a precaution, in addition to resting, elevating and icing this aforementioned pain in my ass, but to no avail. And over the weekend while wearing a pair of lovely high-heeled sandals, it started to swell, it ached more than usual, looked inflamed and there’s a bit of bruising right beneath the bone on the outside part of my foot. The shoes immediately came off, the foot went up and I started researching again.
The more I read about my symptoms, the more I think I’ve got a possible stress fracture in my foot/ankle. And I’m beyond confused as to how in the world that could happen, as I haven’t started any new physical activity, I haven’t run much or as hard as I usually do and I haven’t sprained or turned the ankle at all. :/
So when my health insurance begins later this week, I’ll schedule an appointment to have it looked at. I hope it’s something minor and not a stress fracture, because they take weeks to heal and summer is nigh, softball season is days away and the urge to run because I desperately need the exercise is nagging at me.
And it totally kicked my butt. :P
I should know better than to take a trail/hilly route right now, but I can’t help it- it’s the cross country runner in me who finds the trails and not the boring, flat routes. I remember a time when I could run several miles without stopping, and now it’s more like several blocks before stopping. I knew I was out of shape, but damn. I need to get out more regularly.
It would also likely help my back, knee and ankle issues, going out for a run and loosening everything up. That and I’d sleep better!! :D
How I feel right now:
How I’ll likely feel tomorrow:
This is what mahlia wishes she looked like when she runs:
What she actually looks like: