Forced slowdown… on the injured list…

The last few days have been fairly productive.

I got a few articles done for work, and jumped back into my history course.

Unfortunately, I’ve had to take a few days off from my workout regime due to an injury. I felt something pop in my left ankle as I was getting off the treadmill after my workout on Wednesday evening, and I’ve been limping around on it since.

I’m hoping that it is just a strain and a few days off will allow it to heal up. It’s already feeling a bit better today, but I think it’s going to be another few days before I can get back at it. I do have an appointment with my doctor coming up next week, so if it isn’t feeling significantly better by then I will ask her about. Otherwise, I’m just going to take it easy and focus on other things for the time being.

We were hit with the first bad winter storm of the year last weekend, resulting a heap of snow. All the shovelling of which probably didn’t help the stress on the ankle.

Aside from taking some forced downtime away from the fitness, and the snow, things have been going pretty good. I’ve progressed through a couple more modules of my 20th Century History course, and picked up a couple of orders from previous photography clients.

Lynn was in Saskatchewan for the past week, making it home last night, and today I was working in the store while she worked her church job. Aside from the fan on the furnace not engaging resulting in the store getting pretty cool by the end of the day, it was an okay day. It was quiet store wise, however I did manage to get an article finished, a couple of invoices generated, and some reading done.

Tomorrow really isn’t planned out. I’m getting a new-to-me office chair from someone in town, and other than that have no real plans. I’ll probably end up in the office for a few hours working on a story and going through the photography orders, now that my computer is working properly again.

It had started acting weird over the last couple of days, and this morning I figured out it was because it needed to do a major update, which was a pain in the ass. However, with the update done things seem to be going back to normal.

Kevin

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