Mechanical

ngnngnghhhngggna!!

You know, ever since the wonderful starroses dropped into London on vacation, little things have been going wrong left and right. None of these things are her fault, but the timing is phenomenally annoying. We finally had a decent stretch the other day when we went to the London Eye, headed to a museum to see The Terracotta Army and finished the day seeing the musical Wicked. I love musicals and this one was no exception. We had to pay a pretty penny to get decent seats, but it was worth it.

So with all of that good stuff, what could be wrong? Well, a few weeks ago I sprained my left ankle and that put a halt to my running. A couple of weeks ago, in Vienna, I hurt my right foot pretty seriously (never went to the doctor, though) and that delayed my running even more. So now that starroses is here, I don't want to risk hurting my feet any more lest I be unable to go places with her. Yesterday morning, I broke a toe on my left foot. I'll try to post pictures of this week (including my toe), but damn it, my feet could really use a break! (Er, maybe that's not the phrase I want here)
  • Current Mood: sore sore
ouch. Toes have entirely too many nerves in them for how close they are to the ground. :P Hope things improve quickly.

*waves to starroses*
Awww bro! Do you have some good supporting shoes? I have weak ankles and have always been prone to hurting my ankles so I know how it is. I hope you recover quickly and no more boo boos! Hugs and kiss the toe! ;) Your big sis is thinking of you!
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Which appendage was it that you broke then???
I am so so sorry to hear this. When are you going to go to the doctor to see how you can minimize the effects of the damage?
Ouch! I broke a toe a few years back and it was damn painful. Usually very little you can do except tape it up and try to keep of it as much as possible, too.