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I bashed the little toe on my right foot this morning by walking into my own bedroom furniture (I have form for this).  From its state this evening I suspect I broke it.  NHS Choices assures me that there is little to be done but strap it up and wait for it to get better.  I am supposed to be running another half-marathon in 2.5 weeks, and doing a long training run this weekend.  Humph.

To cheer myself up, three good things:
  1. ALL THE BLOSSOM.  There are multiple trees in blossom outside the window of my office.  SO LOVELY.
  2. I actually used "On your left!" appropriately while cycling past a pedestrian on one of the shared-use paths on my commute.  Then I felt terribly self-conscious.  But I will probably do it again when appropriate, because it makes me giggle inside.
  3. The children are being lovely: Nico is using "Dada" and "Mama" consistently, and Charles is being very solicitous while I sit with my foot appropriately raised.

Date: 2014-04-15 19:39 (UTC)
hilarita: trefoil carving (Default)
From: [personal profile] hilarita
Yup. I broke a bone in my foot some years ago. Basically, strapping, elevation, and try not to walk too much (at least you have bike). And if it's broken, it's 4-6 weeks to heal fully. (6 weeks after breaking mine, I went on holiday to Rome, and despite not needing strapping any more, and despite constructing routes that maximised Metros and minimised walking, I did have to bail out of some stuff, because my foot still hurt after 3 days of spending all day on them. Mind, I hadn't done a very good job of resting mine, cos I couldn't afford taxis, and I was working at the Old Schools, so I had to walk a little bit every day as the buses don't go that near, and go up and down stairs to get to the loos.)

Date: 2014-04-15 19:39 (UTC)
hilarita: trefoil carving (Default)
From: [personal profile] hilarita
Also, hope it gets well as soon as possible! It sucks!

Date: 2014-04-15 20:04 (UTC)
atreic: (Default)
From: [personal profile] atreic
Oh, that's such bad luck :-( Much sympathy.

And you are awesome for managing to see the good things too, and your children are very cute :-)

Date: 2014-04-16 10:21 (UTC)
kotturinn: (Default)
From: [personal profile] kotturinn
Exactly that, so I shan't retype :-)

Date: 2014-04-15 21:17 (UTC)
From: [personal profile] techiebabe
Ouch. I broke mine by walking into the laundry basket - and the other foot's toe got broken by stubbing it on my perching stool. Grrrr. Hope it's better soon!

I noticed blossom today too, it's starting to smell quite heady as I walk the dog over Wanstead Flats. Saw a peacock butterfly on the path too. Hooray for small pleasures.

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