Monday, March 22, 2010

In Retrospect

Maybe continuing to run after rolling my ankle was not the brightest idea. At least that's what my new cankle tells me.

26 comments:

CaJoh said...

Cankle that's a crunched ankle. Not good.

Hope things are easier moving forward.

Matt said...

If you're ankles are speaking to you, no matter their size, you ought to lay off the meds.

Cherie said...

Ouch!!
Take it easy and have a good day!

Lady of Perpetual Chaos said...

I've heard that hindsight is 20/20 and things can seem so obvious from that point of view. ;o)

And what are you taking that makes your ankles talk to you?! Maybe I need to get me some of that...

Garden of Egan said...

Sorry about the cankle! It seems like they take forever to heal!
Boo.
but good for you for running!
I've signed up to run a 10K in June...I think I'm nervous since I'm sorta laid up for a time.

wendy said...

DUH...that's why I don't run in the first place.

Smart Helm said...

I had to look up what a cankle was on the internet. They say it runs in families and you get rid of it by excersizing.

I guess u can't believe everything you read on the internet.

Good luck!

Emily said...

Ugh.

Nutty Hamster Chick said...

Does that mean you have a cast? That does not sound fun in any way. Good luck.

Machen said...

Ouch! That is no good, no good. I'm sorry...take good care of those cankles.

Kazzy said...

Oh no, a cankle. Sorry about that.

Debbie / Cranberry Fries said...

Yeee-ouch!

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

LOL--okay yea, probably should wait that one out girl!

From post below, I had a hard time telling people I loved them umless they were family.

the Lola Letters said...

Ah!
Ouch!
Boo!

Lara said...

OUCH! Hope it feels better very soon!

Melissa Bastow said...

Just tell everyone you have elephantitus or whatever it's really called. Maybe people would give you some major get well presents. And then when the cankle de-swells you can tell them they cured you with their love. But also some money might help it feel completely better. And then you could go to the movies.

The Kooky Queen--Rachel said...

Oh no!!! Not a cankle! Be careful!

FurrFun said...

Darn, hope your ankle feels better! It's so good to hear from you! Life is good for me, busy and not all at the same time-it's kind of weird!

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Nin said...

once again, you are so popular! you write 2 sentences and you get a gazillion comments! you amaze me!

Shelley said...

Ok, so I read everyone of your comments and the whole time I'm thinking "She writes two whole lines and she already has 19 comments, Wow!". And Nin just said the same thing.
Soooooo sorry about the injury. Get it better, it's too great of weather to be stuck with it propped up.

Connie said...

Oh, No!!! Take care of that new cankle!

April said...

Booo to cankles! My son has cankles....and he doesn't even run. They are hereditary. lol!

Loralee and the gang... said...

Not to change the subject, but does your blog have a new look? I like it!

blueviolet said...

That is not good, not good at all!

Homer and Queen said...

Sit down and have a donut...

Shelley said...

you know, I think your random post from last month has been one of my favs. It actually make me think of all the really random convos we would have back in the days. Lets have those again real soon. DON'T STOP BLOGGING!!