cold feet
May 19th, 2009 02:58 am
I recently started physical therapy for some feet issues I have had for a few years now. Nothing too terrible, but firmly in the I-should-probably-do-something-about-this-before-it-gets-worse category. I was given a startling amount of homework to accompany my therapy, and so far I have learned two things:

1. It is much less unpleasant to ice your feet if you are drunk at the time.
2. No matter how tired you may be, it is highly unlikely you will fall asleep while your foot is stuck in a bag of frozen peas.
mood: sleepy, chilly
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Date:May 19th, 2009 - 06:33 pm
I remember you being insecure about your feet. I'm glad you're taking care of them, and that you have found another excuse to get drunk. I love those!
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Date:May 20th, 2009 - 12:41 am
Interesting that you make your feet *colder* so they can be warmer..... what's the logic behind this?
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