However, for the last 2 weeks, I have had no pain at all. I just woke up one day and all the pain and soreness was gone.
So today I decided to 'test' it out, and go for a run. Pretty sure that was the best run I've ever been on. I may have shed a few tears when it was over too. My ankle didn't hurt one time.
Here's my dilemma: I am scheduled to run the Air Force Marathon Saturday. I'm sure you guys know how BADLY I've been wanting to do this.
Right now, I feel like I can do it. No, I haven't been able to train. My last long run was 12 miles, 2 months ago. But this also isn't my first marathon, it's #5. (Not that that makes training any less important)
My Dr is supposed to be calling me back, I definitely want his opinion too.
Even if it takes me 7 hours, even if I DNF, I still want to do it!
I'll still be there either way. Julie is running the half, so we're leaving for Dayton tomorrow afternoon. It's just a question of am I just going to cheer her on, or will I run too?
What would you do? Am I being stupid and I need to let it go, or should I just take the chance?