Posted in Injury, Life lessons, Rehabilitation, Training

The End of an Era

Last night was the end of an era. (I hope). That is my boot and I think it is apparent that my foot is not in it.

At the end of the day, I removed the boot and put it into the closet. If all goes well, it will never again see the light of day.

I wish I could say that I ‘m not apprehensive about what it is going to happen now that I have removed the boot and can walk normally for the first time in five weeks. But, it is my nature is to be concerned.

Concerned I am not healed,

Concerned that the injury will return,

Concerned that I will not listen to my body and end up injuring myself AGAIN!

But, as I prepare to move forward, there are a couple of things of which I am reminding myself:

There is no way to rush a healthy recovery!

Make progress one small step at a time!

If recovery could be rushed, I wouldn’t have ended up where I am now.

And where I have been for the past five weeks.

Stay tuned for progress . . .

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