I am really missing my run. I'm starting to feel a little panicked between not getting to train for the marathon and slipping back with my weight.
Especially the weight.
The first thought that came to my mind as I was resting was, "well, skinny jeans were nice for the ten minutes I could fit into them." I've never been able to maintain a weight loss before so my injury brings up a million and one fears of waking up 90 pounds heavier over night. Add to it, being away from my family and feeling out of my food routines, well… "panic" is an understatement.
I am hanging in there though.
The good news is, I'm able to calm myself down better this time around. I know that my weight loss was slow, smart and steady - I also know that I have the tools needed to get through this and persevere. This is just a test, a two week bump in the road on the journey. It is no time to panic but a time to grow. Maybe look at it as a great time to take a mental break as well. I'll be back in no time.
And the better news - it's feeling much better. Still a little sore but the swelling is down and the color isn't too bad. I didn't even need advil today, so it's a good sign.
I was disappointed that I missed the Firecracker 10K - here's my unused bib and tee shirt.
|My sad unused bib… but how cute is the tee?
And last night was my trip to the GRAMMY's. So. Much. Fun. I think my favorite performance was Cee-Lo but so much was so good that it's hard to say. It was great, I even figured out a way to save my outfit (no heels) but wore some cute boots that looked kind of rock n' roll with my outfit.
Here's a picture of my friend & biz partner Dan and I posing with some fun props at the after party… I friggen love that disco ball and almost stole it! Dan's old school boom box is pretty fab too. ;)
Sigh - hope to be up and running soon. When I am ready to run, what should I do? Ease back into the routine? Anyone ever go down the sprained ankle road? Advice?