DAY 23 - Caught in my Cussing Crossfire

The old oak on my run.
This post will be short and sweet because I'm already on my second cocktail and I hear a nice hot bath calling my name. I ran 3.8 miles today completely barefoot. Weather has been cooperating and it felt good. No casualties today unless you count the people who happened to run past me as I landed on that small pebble wrong. 

That stupid sharp and jabby spot right below my pinky toe hurt like a mofo again today. What is it about that spot? Seriously. If I step on even a menial pebble there it throws me into a fit of potty mouth. I lose all control. Random passersby become inadvertently caught in my cussing crossfire. I take no prisoners. No one is safe. Honestly, I don't normally have the mouth of a truck driver. Really. Its like I'm possessed or something.

At any rate, I'm looking forward to the day that the sharp and jabby spot on my foot becomes less sensitive. Does that ever happen or am I just a hopeful optimist?
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  1. I've been wondering how come I step on pebbles only when there are other people around. I am not a good spokesperson for barefoot running with my sh#t exclamations.

  2. I'm so glad the weather is cooperating for you. I think I need to move. Thanks for your comments. It really is a learning process. I'm hoping that the thing will eventually happen when my feet will mold itself over the object and the other parts of the foot will shift to ease the load. Sounds elusive. Either that or just get some really thick skin!

  3. Start swearing in a foregin language, that will really startle them.

  4. Some pebbles never stop hurting. And, especially when I get pissed off, they all hit me in the exact same spot.

  5. Every time I've run barefoot I always want to look really tough when I pass people. Which is why stepping on a sharp rock right as I pass them would really suck. One time I stubbed my toe while running and I ended up with blood running down my toe. That was kind of embarrassing as I felt like everyone already thought I was pretty weird for being barefoot. And now I'm barefoot with blood dripping down my toe. Haha. Not cool.

  6. Oh wow. Yeah. That would be embarrassing. Being barefoot is definitely weird enough, but if you act like you don't care that you just sliced your toe off that could seem pretty tough.

  7. Hahahahahaha, I absolutely LOVE this post! It is a great example of the profanity that sometimes comes with running. More than once I have exploded into an shit storm of cursing during a race! :D


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