Probably No Big Deal

Yesterday at the very end of my run, the top of my left foot hurt and it hurt a little when I walked, too, later. I iced it and thought it was nothing, but I felt it again when I started out on my easy run this AM, so I cut my run short and walked home. Better to miss an easy day than to keep running and cause a bigger problem.


  1. Keep icing it and rest a've been running a lot!

  2. Thanks for the reminder - just grabbed my bag of frozen peas. : )

  3. Yep, listen to that foot. It might just be telling you to cool it for a day or so. It knows best!

  4. Thanks for the kind words about my foot on my blog. It is still quite sore but healing slowly. I think my post was misleading about the free book and commenting on my blog. It sounds like to comment on that particular post would enter you in the drawing. There is a different post specific on the book give-away. If you are interested in the book giveaway here is the link I’d love to have you comment, hear your excuses and get you entered for the free book. Thanks again for the kind words.

  5. Sorry for the double post. I just saw that your approval is required. I also just saw that we have the same BQ time. You are so close and your training looks very strong.

  6. Yay for 3:50'ers! I hope we both make it soon!

    Don't worry about the double post - it happens sometimes. I just post one of the comments, unless I want to make it look like I have a lot of comments on my blog! ; ) OK, not really!

    About the book, I'll have to go back to your blog and find out about that.

    Time to get out there and see if I can run today...

  7. very smart! i am *finally* taking my own advice about resting/healing up before trying to push it out on the roads again. hope it was just a little soreness and not bothering you still today!

  8. i wonder what is causing the pain? praying it goes away, stays away and you have a pain free race!

  9. Kate, I don't know what caused the pain, but all is well now. Thanks and I hope you're healing up yourself!


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