Broke my foot on August 10, 2019.
Not even a good story to how it happened. I was jumping rope. Like I always do. I’ve been seriously jumping rope since I became a goaltender in lacrosse (way back in the ‘90s). Foot work, people! Continued to jump a lot of rope playing in the net for Harvard. A lot.
It was a fluke accident. Had to get operated on to put the bone back together. With two screws. Yikes!
All said and done I can’t have any weight on it for about six weeks. (I’m writing to you from about week three.)
Time to practice Zen meditation and read!
Without further ado …
THE BROKEN FOOT READ-A-THON (as of Sept 17)
There’s Nothing Wrong With You by Cheri Huber (re-read)
Suffering Is Optional by Cheri Huber (re-read)
When You’re Falling, Dive by Cheri Huber (re-read)
Calypso by David Sedaris
Sestet by Charles Wright
Scar Tissue by Charles Wright
Appalachia by Charles Wright
Leangains by Martin Berkhan
Half an Inch of Water by Percival Everett
Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It by Kamal Ravikant (re-read)
Ultralearning by Scott H. Young