The end

30 Apr

All good things must come to an end and this includes shabbily written blogs that offer no insight whatsoever in how to recuperate from an injury.

It feels fitting that I should sign off now. Around this time last year I came out of my boot and now 52 weeks later, I can regularly be found running around the streets and parks of West London, whilst I shout self-help style mantras to myself, (in my head, I should add). Things like, ‘c’mon legs you can do it’, ‘just a bit further’, ‘think of the destination, not the journey’, etc etc. Surprisingly the mantras work and unsurprisingly the leg holds and 5km later I am sweaty and rather smug faced.

I’ve learnt a lot…including, backpacks and tupperwear are essential kit and skinny jeans go with everything, including an airboot, (see told you no insight at all)

So folks, I will leave this here.

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3 Responses to “The end”

  1. Dale Shwartz May 1, 2014 at 10:37 am #

    Thank you, thank you. Have enjoyed your posts. I am almost exactly a year behind you (give or take a few weeks). My boot comes off in two and a half weeks time and I have been using your blog as a timeline for myself. Your blog has given me hope that normal life can and will return. Dale

  2. Dale May 1, 2014 at 10:41 am #

    Thank you, thank you. Have enjoyed your posts.
    I am almost exactly a year behind you (give or take a few weeks). My boot comes off in two and a half weeks time and I have been using your blog as a timeline for myself.
    Your blog has given me hope that normal life can and will return.
    Dale

    • JoyA May 1, 2014 at 12:27 pm #

      Thanks Dale, I’m glad you are finding it useful! I never thought that my blog would be a guide for anyone else’s recovery. Congrats on nearly being back in two shoes!
      Take care

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