Monday, June 20, 2011


Ouch! Woke up at 2am with excruciating pain in my right foot, around the arch and top. The pain was sharp to the touch (literally tears welled up) and could not land on it without screaming. Took advil and iced it for a while, which helped it down to dull pain.

Have no idea how this happened, but I guess my 1st day of NYC Marathon training will have to wait!

I won't let delays cause frustration..wait  patiently with anticipation while taking care of my immediate needs...

Kinda humorous actually.

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Fibromyalgia Guide said...

A triathlon like you is very inspiring and knowing that you are a girl. Anyone can do it too. Pain is really the hardest part of having fibromyalgia. Pain is always there and comes and goes.

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