I arrived from North Carolina to two things.
1.)- Cold weather, snow and wind. It's a bit of a shock to go from high 70's to mid 20's and snow. But that's what I love about Colorado so much. One day it's 20 degrees and snowing sideways and the next day is 70 degrees and sunny.
2.)- a Bona Fied Achilles injury. It is official. I hurt my Achilles tendon pretty badly while I was in North Carolina. Riding through (during) the pain only made it worse and I have not been on my bike in more than a week.
Instead of riding, I have been healing. I had PT three times this past week and my bag of frozen peas is my new best friend. I'm trying to heal because I hate being injured and I hate not being able to ride my bike. Fortunately, I have been injured several time during my athletic career, so I have a good idea of what the "healing process" involves.
So, I've been at home or at FasCat Coaching, where I now work. If I can't ride my bike, I might as well be happy in helping others ride their bike faster.
This is Lucy Dog. While at home, she helps me heal.
Never underestimate the power of a therapy dog. Happy healing to you - scratches to Lucy dog (and Jackson, too, so he won't be jealous.)
Hi Lucy! You look especially innocent in that picture...too bad we know better ;)
I hope your mommy feels better soon!
Auntie Suebeedoo and the Yahoos, too!
lucy-fur is a good girl..!
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