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Healing #ReadersWorkouts — 6 Comments

  1. Sorry about the ankle. But I know you are made of tuff stuff. You’ve overcome much harder things. Take it slow and congratulate yourself for little accomplishments,

  2. I have good days and bad days. Yesterday was a bad one in which I pouted and was cranky towards my ever-so-patient husband. Today I go back to physical therapy and hope that she’ll say I can stop using the cane soon because Rob is going out of town this weekend and someone (i.e. me) has to take the dogs out.

    My anxiety over my slow healing progress is growing. That is NOT helping me heal at all. I need to allow myself to be patient. That’s so much easier said than done.

    Next time you feel like pouting, let me know. I’ll pout with you.

  3. Hope your ankle heels quickly. If I just can’t get on the bike I let it go and look forward to the next day that I will bike. Baby steps are better than no steps.

  4. I’m glad your ankle’s getting better. I have that “I don’t wanna” voice too, but it’s usually when I have to run n the morning because the rest of the day is just too full. I hate mornings.

  5. My inner 2 year old and your inner 2 year old should hang out. I haven’t been feeling 100% I have hives/bites/who knows going on right now. I’m waiting results from a biopsy of one of the red itchy bumps to see what’s going on. So I haven’t been motivated to do anything besides sit around and complain that everything itches.

    I’m glad your ankle is feeling better, as someone who frequently missteps and injures my ankle I know how it feels.

  6. I’m sorry to hear about your ankle injury.
    I am always resistant to exercise but I’ve come to the point that I just have to do it. Some days are easier than others, of course, but I make sure my gym bag is in the car when I leave the house in the morning so I have no excuses to swing by after work.

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