Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Living through the day after the day after

Well, here we are, the day after the day after. My toes really, really hurt today! Silly, eh? Let's recap:

Yesterday I had a dental appt. My dentist is really nice, but gosh, I just hate the whole thing. Well, I had something happen that had never happened before. I just about pulled his hand away WHILE he was freezing me! Yikes. Anyhow, I made it through the work, and ended up with a really bad headache.

Fast forward to later in the afternoon - headache is now monumental....I get up off the couch long enough to down a handful of Advil and then go lay down again. This is now officially the laziest day I've ever had. I think, before dozing off, heck, I walked 22k yesterday, I can be a blob with my headache.

Finally, around 8:00, my headache was gone. So, I got changed and went for my walk. Did I tell you all about the skirt I bought? It is a running skirt, with the shorts underneath? So pretty. Anyhow, I wore that. I went for my walk feeling like a million bucks.

All of this is to say that my toes must have been jamming up against my runner during the race, and then when I went for my walk last night, it irritated them. This morning, I had to wear my crocks thongs to coffee. Couldn't even stand my socks on. Hmmm. Bummer

Had a good day food wise. Just on my way to update SparkPeople - I just couldn't read yesterday.

Have a healthy day bloggers!!


  1. Ouch... bummer on both the headache and the toes!

    Check out yogapro.com ... they sell something called Yoga Toes.. it might help with your sore toes in the future!!

  2. I had a dentist appt. today too. Mine sounds a lot better than yours though. It was time for my new slides to be taken. They're really uncomfortable and make me gag, but it still sounds a lot better than your day.

  3. I know what you mean about the toes...I get that too occasionally.

    Too bad about the headache...I can't stand those bad ones!!


  4. Good Job on getting out for the walk, even when you had "being a blob" on your mind, with the headache and all. I probably would've continued to be a blob, even after the headache disappeared, haha.