Can you be back on track if it’s only been one day? After choosing to take another rest day yesterday, stupid ankle, I hit the park after work. Today was also my first day back to work so bring on the heels too! Wore my lowest pair as they are still more support than my tiny little flats. Too bad I can’t wear running shoes to work 🙂
Leaving work, I was so tired. Today was such a Monday, plus the first day back is never stress free. I had planned to meet my friend at the park for a few laps. However her work day was just as crazy as mine, so she wasn’t able to make it 😦
After 3 days off my plan was to go slow and walk when my ankle hurt. I also planned on only 2 laps. It would be just under 2.5 miles, small but I figured it would be a good test. Those 3 days off felt like forever once I started out. I was so sloooooooow. Which was the plan but it still irritated me. Maybe I should have run this without my GPS, but where’s the fun in that?
2 laps turned into 3, all still slow. Slow but steady with some walk breaks. I can feel my ankle, it’s not as bad as it was but it’s not exactly happy. So after tomorrow’s volleyball finals, I have decided to push my Wednesday run back to Thursday to give it a little more time.
On a funnier note, I had mentioned previously that there was a section of the park path that reeked. Today when I ran passed that section the first time; I noticed a sign but didn’t stop to read it. After the second pass, I busted up laughing and on the third pass, I stopped to take a picture. Guess I wasn’t the only one who thought it smelled 🙂
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