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Did Krys break her foot?

Krys went to Pennsylvania last weekend, taking Demon Child #2 to meet the relatives (read all about it here). I mention in that post that she may have broken her foot stepping off a high curb, but she's not sure yet because they have to do an MRI and wanted to do it here. She has an appointment with a podiatrist today, so I guess we'll know something about it later. She's walking on it, but it hurts. I don't know what that means. I do know her foot looks pretty dang nasty:

That was two days ago. It looked even worse last night, as her toes had turned black. Nice. I'm kind of hoping they don't have to amputate.

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Blogger Gordon said...

Actually, it might be a bad sprain - I've sprained one ankle, and broken the other foot, and IMHO, the key is...when I broke my foot, I could barely walk on it without tons of pain.

Plus, a sprained ankle looks worse than a broken foot.

Hope this helps.

2/11/07 12:21 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Yeah, she's been walking on it all week, so I'm thinking it's a sprain. She sprained it pretty badly about 12 years ago and it looked similar, so I hope it's the same deal.

Luckily, it's not her driving foot. That would suck. For both of us.

2/11/07 1:56 PM  
Blogger Disintegrating Clone said...

I broke my ankle once. It looked like someone had shoved a cricket ball down there, and completely impossible to walk. So I'd say that's a sprain. Unless it's a hairline fracture, which I know nothing about.

3/11/07 7:12 AM  
Blogger Disintegrating Clone said...

"Driving foot?" It must be strange to live in a country without clutches.

3/11/07 7:15 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

You can still buy manual transmission cars here, DC, but it's becoming rarer. I actually love driving a stick shift, but Krys never learned, so we're not allowed to buy one. Just more good old-fashioned American laziness - everything must be automatic!

3/11/07 7:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

late to your blog, im sure her foot is healed by now, so I feel better in commenting how gorgeous her feet and toes are! Take good care of those babies, lol

7/11/07 1:48 PM  

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