Hoppy Easter mis amigos! Hope everyone gets some fun family time in... I can't wait til next year when the kiddos are big enough to hunt for Easter eggs... I'm already scoping out the good hiding spots. :)
Well, I haven't run since the half-marathon. That's EIGHT days guys. I am dying here. My shin issue has extended to my ankle, and now I'm hobbling around and walking down the stairs backwards.
I made an appointment with a sports medicine doctor, finally. I go on Wednesday, and no running until then. I'm feeling super antsy and a little cranky (hey, want to come hang out with me? ha) but I know this is for the best - I really need to set my sights on the marathon this fall, and fix this problem now. Even if that means I can't run the Green Bay Half. I'll be the most enthusiastic spectator ever - I'm already thinking of signs I can make in case I'm sidelined.
My personal favorite - a sign I saw at the Chicago RnR 1/2 last year, held by a long-haired twenty-something year old dude: "YOU ARE ALL REALLY GOOD AT EXERCISING."
Kind of reminds me of the episode of the Office where Dwight is in charge of decorating for a birthday, and his sign says "It Is Your Birthday." ha.
Anyway, please PLEASE share all of the details of your runs, lifts, any sort of working out with me... I need to live vicariously through you.
What's the best sign you've ever seen at a race?