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Nov. 3rd, 2005

I have about five minutes to write this.

First. I'm glad I didn't give up. Well, actually, there are times I do give up. I have given up. But I'm glad I tried another shot. It made my day.

On the morning run, Scott sprained his ankle pretty bad. And we had to go uphill to get home. This required Scott, with his 6'8" frame, to lean on me while I had to hold on to an incredibly frisky and otherwise HUGE puppy. I think we would have laughed about it more if Scott wasn't feeling so bad. Good thing he has crutches that size. After all the horrible luck he's had with his health.

Today drained me pretty well, which upsets me a little in that this isn't a job or situation to be freaking out in. My job on Monday will be much more stressful than any other, and I hope I can handle it.

Baking more. Extra batch for the boys at home, especially the one confined to the couch until bed.

Take care, friends.


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Nov. 4th, 2005 02:45 pm (UTC)
I sprained my ankle once. Then directly after I went skinny dip "polar bearing". Where you go in the ocean in the winter, up north. I think the movement helped my ankle a lot. But I know how much it hurts. It's not pleasant.
Nov. 5th, 2005 10:58 pm (UTC)
That's very interesting, I've never heard of that before. Both of us have sprained our ankles loads of times. Never pleasant, but at least I haven't had to use my crutches in forever. It hasn't been that bad since the first time i sprained it.
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