first, on running:
Well- fortunately, Jonathan and I have been keeping up with our rec center/work out goals.
Unfortunately, about a a week ago, while running I felt a sharp pain in my ankle each time my foot hit the ground.
the next day it was my ankle+heel and achilles area.
the next day it was ankle+ achilles+ foot and shin.
the next day it was ankle+ achilles+ foot +shin+ knee
and by yesterday it was a straight knife like nerve pain from the tip of my toe to the base of my tail bone.
My entire right leg is out of order.
Cole from A Space of My Own,
(an avid and skilled runner as opposed to myself...)
suggested that my physical body was essentially not keeping up with my super-human, endorphin-driven motivation to get in shape.
Definitely likely, seeing as how my body has never been asked to do much of anything beyond getting me from point A to Point B.
And now it's upset at me for making it run. Suck it up, body.
Cole suggested weight training which I will definitely be adding to the routine.
If anyone has any additional knowledge/suggestions/insights/encouragements- please post:)
3 weeks into my next to last semester of law school, and I'm feeling-
eh-ish about classes.
I think because I feel SOOO close to the end, I have the drive and energy needed to make it through, but none of my classes are very exciting. Particularly the one I am currently sitting in-
(yes, I am blogging in the middle of Conflict of Laws)
so, really, not much of an update in this department.
In other news-
A couple wonderful generous friends of ours recently gave us a gift that was an incredible, unexpected blessing. We are so so thankful for the people in our lives that live out the community that Christ call us to.
I'll don't want to announce their names to the entire blogosphere, but you know who you are:
I'm going to attempt to collect a few scattered notes from the remaining 45 minutes of this lecture.
PS- I've been gone so long, I'd love to hear updates from anyone else willing to share!!