Home runs, bleeding toes and pizzas

Taking it easy tonight before early rise for 15 miler in the morning - perfect time to update on yesterdays run home (when no-one's reading!)

Not a great run home - traffics a nightmare on a Friday. Took ten minutes to cross the pathless bridge of death, which actually got a bit scary at times. It's amazing how many people don't see someone wearing hi-viz until they're about two feet from hitting them!

I've decided running carrying things aint for me - had bottle and phone and wanted to sling them after not very long.

There were lots of stops at junctions, for traffic, and for people who walk incredibly slowly and can't m aintain a steady course.

Seriously, how hard is it to walk in a straight line between where you are, and where you want to be?

If you were carrying a piano it'd be understandable if you occasionally swayed, but a handbag doesn't count.

Also got home to see this:

Note, the slight red tinge towards the front right of the shoe.

Further investigation revealed this:

I debated stopping there, but curiosity got the better of me and I discovered this:


1 comment:

  1. nice photos, My favorite is the blood stained sock, leaves alot for the imagination, which was let down by actual toe photo-still looks painful-I'm now a firm believer of the general rule of reaching for anti-septic cream before the camera.

    Hope it heals quickly.