Oh no! I’m wounded!!

How to stay fit with an injury??

On April 2nd, I went out for a run. It had started snowing. The sidewalks weren’t slippery yet, but a bunch of snow had accumulated. Thus, I did not see the uneven sidewalk and I hit my left toe against it hard, which caused me to fall and twist my ankle and foot. The end result is that I broke two bones: one in my ankle one in my foot. Both are non-displaced, so no surgery will be required. Thank goodness.

Just time to let the bones heal. Thus, no more training for the moment for me. BUT, I will keep moving! Chair dancing, weight lifting, and swimming again, as soon as they’ll let me! I will blog about this journey!

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2 thoughts on “Home

  1. Mari
    I have Type 1 and try to run 3 miles every morning. I am interested in getting a bicycle. Do you know if there is any events in Missoula, Mt?

    Thanks
    Gary

  2. Thank you Mari for your Inspiration and excitement for the Tour. I remember you my second year when I volunteered at Napa Valley and you were Commentating. I said at that time She is wonderful! I have ridden 3 years now. I am now learning to Love my bike not dread the hills, learn hydration and nutrition.
    I so love seeing the Red Riders on the Ride. Red riders are amazing!

    I so loved hearing about your Iowa ride! Thank you for sharing it.

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