Wishing it away will not produce results
Saturday, June 04, 2011
I injured myself. I am so angry. But that is ok I am not depressed and I can focus that energy into my training. But none the less, Plantar fasciitis has reared its ugly head on my poor right foot once again. I have stretched. I have given myself some time off of it, one week, to see if it would diminish.... It has not.
I called the rehab center yesterday to make an appt. I got the machine. urgh. I took the day care kids outside to enjoy the lovely weather. I returned in the house a couple of hours later to see that my daughter did not hear me and did not answer the phone when it rang and the clinic called. Deep breath. Muttering out loud about would it have killed you to get off the couch. bla bla bla. I sit on the couch at nap time and picked up my cell phone off the table. The clinic called my cell phone. if i only had it on me I would have received the call myself. Urgh. The clinic closed at 1 pm. I missed calling them by 20 minutes.
So my plan. I will go to the gym tomorrow and find some swim time. That does not hurt my foot. I will call the clinic back on Monday. I will heal my foot so that I can do this tri. and reach my goals.
The problem with wishes is that you not tell anyone them for fear that they will not come true. You expect that it will magically come true with out the effort. The difference with goals and wishes is that you write them down, announce them and work toward them.
What are your goals?