At least its not broken

Last week I mentioned that I fell down the steps at work and sprained my ankle (thanks neighbor for turning the lights off because everyone knows yours is the only office in the building) You can read about it  here. Pretty much, I drove myself to the ER. I couldn't put any weight on it for 48 hours and then I've been limping every where since. Its been a rough week.

I keep hearing At least its not broken.

That means it shouldn't hurt right? Its not broken, that means it isn't swollen. It means I should be able to walk without a limp....right? Its not broken.

Its not broken but....
Today is the first day I've been able to squeeze into any shoes that aren't Abbey's ugg boots (she is a size and a half bigger then me)

It still hurts the ankle is a constant hard ache. At least the shooting pain when I took a step has improved.

I keep it propped up at work. So love that I am able to do that.

Its not broken and I guess that is the important thing.

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  1. I hate when people try to make you feel better and it just makes your more mad instead!

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    1. I know! bright side doesn't help when you're hurting

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  2. It looks huge, I'm honestly shocked it's not broken. Next to your other foot, it looks like the feet don't even belong to the same person.

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    1. I don't know how it wasn't broken either. I can walk better today but the pain has shifted and its like a ring around the ankle bone. The hospital I went to is a basically just a band aid station. I wouldn't be surprised If I am walking around on a broken foot.

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  3. Ouch! It might not be broken but still...ouch!

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  4. That sucks! It might not be broken but I know it hurts, I hope with some rest over the weekend it feels better.

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  5. It took a month before I wasn't in constant pain with my ankle. I still have problems with it a couple months after my sprain.

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