Nancy: I hope the heel cup helps. I think we all have one leg a smichit longer than the other. My MT always pulls on the shorter one after checking my hips. It sounds like you have an excellent therapist, one who listens and hears you. Ouch, those injections hurt?
Erica: OMG! Sending HUGE HUGS your way! I don't get sick often but when I do, that's how I feel too. I'm glad you took it easy and hope you don't have to see the doc. Just when you want to enjoy the weekend. Wishing you a speedy recovery!
Saturday: Finally got in a run, almost a week after Pikes Peak. Still dealing with some achiness of the Achilles but overall, I'm feeling fine. Finished 6.5 miles on the dirt road around the fairgrounds, some in the shade. It was cool but sunny ...... and HUMID!!
Been staying home mostly, getting the house organized, unpacked the rest of the stuff and making sure DH knows where to put things back, LOL!! We will be driving back to AZ on Thurs. DH will be returning to MN in 2 or 3 wks to get his 'part time' work on paper and he hopes to be back at work. We'll see I need to return to focus on my training runs once we are back in AZ.
Sept 28 - Mt Taylor 50K in NM.
Oct 12 - Solstice Mt HM trail race in AZ.
Oct 26 - I'm thinking of running the Naatsis'aan 50K in AZ - not registered yet.
Nov. 2 - Or if I don't run the above 50K, I might run Deadman Peaks (NM),18 miler or 27 miler.
Nov 2 - But the Moab (UT) Marathon is also on the same day! http://moabtrailmarathon.com/info.html I ran the HM a couple of years ago. I finished despite a 'kinda' sprained ankle around 2 miles because another runner got in front of me. I know I mentioned that here.
So many races, so little time, LOL!!
Was going to run today but it's cold and rainy and windy and muggy!
You all take care! If you don't hear from me, I'll be on the road and will post when I return to AZ.