I need two priests- a young and an old

This post contains gratuitous whining- you have been warned.

Remember that three weeks of limited mobility?  Well 2.5 into it and nothing has improved.  Actually one might say it is worse!

If my foot does not get it’s act together by Wednesday I fear this is in my future:

Here’s the bad thing about this- I drive a stick shift.

Not only do I drive a stick shift, but my husband is getting ready to go out of town for a week.  Which means in order to get out of my house I will need to take this puppy off.

And for those who know me- the moment I can take something off, I will.  Okay that came out much worse than I intended.  What I meant was I’m horrible at leaving things alone.  BandAid?  Rip it off milliseconds after bleeding has stopped.  Brace for a broken finger?  It’s a distant memory about the time the swelling goes down and movement returns.

So it would be in my best interest that I not be able to take it off- well not take it off to drive somewhere, because it would just take that one time “oh I’ll just drive over to Blockbuster” which will turn into “oh I’ll just drive up to the library” and “I’ll just quick run to the store” and next thing I know it will be off more often than on.  That would be very bad.  I really want to  be able to do the Disney Princess 5K but if I’m not able to start walking/running again soon then it will go the way of the Turkey Trot.  And that would make me sad.


Does anyone have the number of their witch doctor?  I could use one.


About Amanda Broyles

Amanda is amazing. Amanda is spectacular. Amanda is humble. Amanda is also a full time college student so take pity on her and don't complain when her TV reviews aren't up immediately following an episode.
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