You guys rock. Thank you from my bottom for your kind and encouraging words today on the 8 minutes. You are right. My body has to adjust to the impact. It’s like learning to walk again. I can’t get discouraged. Must persevere!!
And, now, this is why I love my husband.
Last night we’re laying in bed. He asked me to stop doing something, can’t remember what, probably eating candy or talking incessantly about my injury or Athleta. I told him I wouldn’t stop, asked what he was gonna do? He says, “Fart! I’ve got one in the queue.”
The queue! As if it’s a long line in London or something.
I love him.
And, because you asked, here is a picture of my Raynaud’s infested foot. Happy? I also have a Morton's Toe (second toe is longer than the rest – very finger like – I can do amazing things with that toe). I know it doesn’t look that bad here, but you can see how it turns white with no circulation. This can happen to my whole foot. It sucks. As Kovas says, I do have all the cool ailments.
Yay! Hood to Coast movie opens tomorrow. I have press passes through the Examiner to see the premier. I’ll probably be walking the red carpet like no one’s business. I ran the H2C back in ‘09 in the most unconventional way (like I do most things). I'll share that story and the movie review with you later this week. That was actually the year they filmed the movie, and I remember seeing the film crew and mooning them. Well, not really, but maybe I’ll be in the movie anyway.
You going to see the movie? Ever run a relay?
Going to pick my nose with that toe. Yes, I am just that flexible.