I ran 6 miles around the neighborhood this morning. It was a relatively easy run or so I thought but according to Mr. 620, (that’s what I call the love of my life, my Garmin), my heart rate was high the whole time…go figure! I didn’t feel like it was a particularly tough run but Mr. 620 did so that’s that. I’m not going to argue with him because that’s just not how we play, we cool like that.
Anyway….after my run I took the dogs on their walk and spotted this little bitty teeny weenie woodpecker in a tree. He was the coolest thing ever. You can barely see him in this picture.
After staring at him for a while the dogs and I started walking again and out of nowhere this red tailed hawk came swooping down quite close to us. This is not a very good picture because I took it as he was flying off and he was already pretty far away but it gives you an idea of the size of him.
The whole situation was rather hawkward.
I came home after that, ate a delicous orange and worked on the computer for a while until MacGyver came home and wanted to go to Costco and well, I never turn down a trip to Costco, so I jumped up to go. It was only then that I noticed two of my toes were blue, yes blue.
They stayed that way for about 2 hours. It was the strangest thing. Just two toes and they were both freezing though no other part of my foot was cold at all. Weird.
I had not been wearing compression socks or anything and I had been sitting on the sofa working for a few hours so I have no idea what caused it but in any event it did go away after several hours.
Has anything like that ever happened to you? It would make more sense if it were the entire foot or all of my toes but it was only two toes.
If you have ever had anything like that happen? I ‘d love to hear about it….Do you think it’s strange to have two blue toes and would you be worried?
I refuse to look it up on WebMD because I aint goin there…..