Nice to know the look I've been sporting without my boot on
is popular with the passed out drunk guy crowd.
I'm going to be spending either all or part of my time in a boot until at least December 27, which is the date of my next follow-up. That means a quarter of the year will be lost to running (my last run was on September 25). Before now I haven't gone more than a few days without running since the early part of 2007. That was a pretty good run, I guess.
At any rate, I'm not going to be running any turkey trots this year, nor will I be participating in any jingle bell runs. I will also miss out on my favorite way to end my running year by skipping Baltimore's Celtic Solstice 5 miler. This is in addition to having already missed out on the return of the Zoo Zoom, which I ran once before it disappeared only to be revived this year, and my inability to run the event I signed up for in Las Vegas in a couple weeks. To be honest, I'm not even sure what shape I'll be in for the next event I've paid to run, the Frederick (MD) Running Festival in May 2012.
So, yeah. I hope your holiday running season is going a little better than mine.
P.S. If you're going to be Vegas to run the Strip at Night, let me know. I need people to cheer since people won't be cheering me.