Monday, May 2, 2011

Really oogy photo in here


Sure, read the last post and see what kind of running I've been doing lately. HOWEVER, whilst busy not running, today (!) I passed a runner's milestone (somehow). Behold the evidence:


THAT is my Morton's toe, and that would be the toenail separating itself, for no apparent reason, from the nailbed. Yes, folks, I am on my way to the true distance runner sign, ugly-ass feet.

How this happened when I haven't been running a lot, I dunno, but there it is. 10% off my next pedicure??

8 comments:

Rose @ Eat, Drink, and Be Meiri said...

You can always get them to just paint the nail bed. I've done that before.

Stuart said...

Sweet, you'll need one more to make a pair of earings though!

Lauren said...

nail polish, nail polish, nail polish! I don't do without it. : ) Congratulations on your oogy toe!

Pam said...

Ewwwwwwww... lol I pray this doesn't happen to me. I am proud of my cute little painted, pampered piggies.

funderson said...

HA! 'Bout time

theAlmostRunner said...

hahah this is disgustingly hilarious. i just found your blog and i LOVE it!

tink said...

I was just talking with a friend about this today. It seems every runner suffers from losing a toe nail at some point. I have yet to lose one, but I must say I do have some nasty looking feet! haha.
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ADventuresinHowtoDo26.2 said...

That happened to me right after my very first long run in my marathon training. Didn't hurt surprisingly. I always thought that losing a toenail would hurt, nope. The blister I got on the bottom of my foot the next weekend hurt worse.