Ran on Saturday, though I wasn’t sure if that place on my back would let me. It hurt pretty bad for about a dozen steps, then loosened up to just a bit more than a nagging pain. I had 1 mile just below 9:00, but the rest of the 4.3 were slower even though Jeremy had the stroller. The humidity was stifling, and running faster jarred my shoulder more than I liked. It’s okay, though. I’m really not letting slower runs bother me anymore.
Are you going to get it looked at?
I won’t because it happen before back when I was teaching. It’ll go away eventually. I have no idea what caused it. The pain woke me up in the middle of Thursday night.
Saturday afternoon was our church picnic. I suggested to Jeremy that he taken Ryland on the playground They went down a big, old metal slide. I’ll probably make a gif of the pics for funsies. (Interesting side note: there is no squiggly red line under funsies. apparently it’s a real word now.)
Then we ate and had a mini wedding shower for a couple that had a “private wedding” (aka they eloped by calling up our preacher and he performed the ceremony with his wife as witness). This meant I had desserts + wedding cake. But I made sure I had room for it all.
Then Ryland conveniently took a nap so that Jeremy & I could both play football. He was QB for a couple possessions and threw TDs within 1 or 2 plays both times. then one man called all-time QB so he wouldn’t have to run any more. (if you actually read this wall of text, message me you address if you want and I’ll mail you something.) I score 2 running touchdowns and also fell a few times. It was a lot of fun and everyone was sore at church yesterday.
I’ve had this slight pain in my heel since early last week, and after football, it was causing me to limp. It still hurt today, so I took 1 more day to rest it and plan to run tomorrow.
Sunday morning, Jeremy told me I looked “very pretty” 3 times. He’s not one to lavish on the compliments and never has been, so that was pretty special, especially when he said it when we were talking in the church building after worship.
Sunday afternoon, I cut Jeremy’s hair and we put Ryland in the jump up so he wouldn’t crawl in and eat Jeremy’s hair on the floor. He ended up falling asleep in the jump up. It was hilarious to watch because he would smile and jump a few times, nod off, jerk awake, and repeat until sleep finally won. We left him in there until I finished Jeremy’s hair. Then I took the above picture and put him down for his nap.