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Onward Bound

Sometimes life is tough. Sometimes life is awesome. Sometimes it a little bit of both. Either way, you have to keep going. I'll be running, laughing, crying and sharing it all here.

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    Monday, August 08, 2005

    Overheard Sunday Evening out to Dinner at India Palace

    Me: Matt, do you think it's realistic for me to even think about running this marathon with the painful run I just had?

    Matt: Yes.

    Me: So, I'm calling a doctor in the morning. I just want to be sure it's a doctor who is going to be a good sports doctor who will work with me, not against me.

    Matt: What do you mean?

    Me: Well, I basically want a doctor who will tell me it's ok to run the marathon.

    Matt: What if the doctor tells you no?

    Me: I'll beg.

    (P.S. An appointment has been made with a sports medicine doctor in Lawrence, KS. Incidentally, this is the same group that performed my husband (Matt's) most recent knee surgery and he had a good experience. The appointment is set for Friday at 3:30. I'm not running between now and then, so I'm returning to the dreaded eliptical machine until further notice. I told the receptionist about my marathon and she seemed to think it was important enough to squeeze me in this week. Thanks for all the advice. Fingers crossed.)


    At 1:33 PM, August 08, 2005, Blogger Scott in Washington said...

    Hey, I had a thought; Maybe they'll let you bring the e-machine to the marathon - problem solved!

    At 2:24 PM, August 08, 2005, Blogger Stephanie said...

    AHAHAHA...I had actually considered that. Maybe we could rig it onto wheels. I'm sure my apartment complex manager would LOVE that!

    At 3:14 PM, August 08, 2005, Blogger Noames said...

    HAH! I love the image of an elliptical on wheels amidst the runners. They let people compete in wheelchairs!

    I'm sorry you're in so much pain, and I have all appendages crossed that the doctor will give you good answers on Friday!

    At 1:29 PM, December 23, 2005, Anonymous Marlon Dold said...

    Not bad.


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