I got new running shoes! (what's this shit about me wearing a size 10 shoe though?! Damned arches!! Every time my shoe size goes up, I get shorter - that's just shit!!
My orange sauconys, which I only just got in November, have lost some of their cushion - it happens. I get sore tarsals if I wear them for long, or do a lot of bouncing on my forefoot. They'll be relegated to walking shoes.
OH but I found this article, so I'm going to give this a try. My plantar fasciitis lasted 16 months before easing off. I was nick named Hop-a-Long because I'd often have to hop on one foot around the house. Try breastfeeding and doing that - you'll appreciate how very awesome I can be when I'm determined. The fact that the tarsals are now acting up, as opposed to the heel means my feet are suffering the most from wear and tear. I do worry about arthritis developing in my feet, as that would be hell. I already have signs of arthritis in my fingers (ok, finger - my left pinky gets very stiff and won't bend properly) and in both shoulders, so to get it in my feet, at the age of 35 does not bode well for the future. I should probably start taking aspirin every day.
My daughter keeps telling me she doesn't want me to grow old. I'm not too keen on the idea either.
At least I'm not all wrinkled yet!
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