Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Who wants a pair of shoes?

My foot hurts.

Yes, my foot is still broken, but I had been wearing my flip flops, or actually, FitFlops and my foot felt fine. It didn't bother me to walk and these flip flops were really comfortable.

Today, I decided to wear my sneakers. These aren't the ones that I work out in, they are my "everyday shoes." Well, my foot hurt. A lot. Come to think of it, these are the shoes that really made my foot flare up when I decided to go to the doctor.


I think I need to get rid of these shoes. In the meantime, I'm wearing the flip flops and hoping my foot is better. I'm afraid I might get a boot on my foot very soon. Needless to say, I'm going to take it easy today, in hopes that I don't mess my foot up more, and work out tomorrow instead.


MizFit said...

Ive been so curious about those fitflops...curiosity satisfied.


Elisa said...

Seriously, they are probably one of the most comfortable flip flops I've owned. I'm not so sure about the "added workout," but if they are working in that respect, even better!

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