Wordy Wednesday Through the Eyes of a Runner.

Do you ever have those days/ weeks where you feel like you are going through the motions and your world is falling apart or crashing and burning around you?

This has been Monday, yesterday, and today.

It’s very odd because I have had at least one or two AMAZING parts of my days the past three days BUT the bad things just keep on piling up.

Let’s start with the fact I have my second accounting midterm today, I am both stressed and apathetic towards it. I need to finalize my cheat sheet and probably look over some more problems, but hey, that’s my plan until I have to go to class at 1:30. This however has been pretty all consuming the past couple days.

Two more class related things: I found out on Monday what I thought would be an easy final in my marketing class will actually take a lot of memorization brain power and the date (April 16th) is quickly approaching. AND I found out  yesterday I have another paper due next Friday, ugh, no rest for the weary.

Yesterday I severely twisted/sprained my ankle. It has been almost 24 hours and it still hurts to walk on it currently AND I HAVE A HALF-MARATHON ON SUNDAY! I have actually began crying about the possibility of me not being able to run  (or get a refund for my race fee) this morning. Yeah, it’s been a bad and emotional start to my day.

I have had a migraine since Monday and it WON’T GO AWAY! Excedrin has been my life but it still is there through the cloud of caffeine, Tylenol, and aspirin.

Anyways, I feel like maybe I should focus on the couple amazing things that have been occurring and maybe the bad will lessen (actually I know they will). These graphics are the first step in reminding myself of that. I hope they bring some joy to you and you have a great rest of your Wednesday! Thanks for bearing with my rant and mental vomit.

Love,

Mel

but the struggles make you stronger, Don't faith I may not be there yet,

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7 thoughts on “Wordy Wednesday Through the Eyes of a Runner.

  1. What a rough, rough start to the week! I’m so sorry to hear about your ankle. It’s incredibly frustrating to put so much time, energy, effort, and love into training for something to happen so close to the event. I’ve totally been there. Praying that it heals quickly and that you can run pain-free on Sunday!

  2. I think it is in the air… I went to the chiropractor last week for a persistent headache and have been an emotional ball of goo since then. Hope things get better. And, remember the RICE acronym for your ankle.

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