Maybe because the winter has been SO wet, my crocuses seem to have generated more new ones than usual this spring. I even have some yellow "volunteers" in the tomato bed, several yards from where I've had any even last year. Looks like I'll be doing some separating come fall.
While I'm at it, I may plant some snowdrops too, so I'll have flowers that much sooner.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
I have new "shoes" as of last week
I've been dealing w/ plantar's fasciitis since at least December, but a coupla weeks ago it was getting worse. (Dancing a cachucha barefoot in Gondoliers' Act II probably didn't help.) My GP sent me to a podiatrist, who told me that, in addition to the plantar's fasciitis, I have 3 inflamed metatarsals. Who knew bones could become inflamed?!? Anyway, left untreated, the periostitis could become a stress fracture! He sent me home in the boot on the left. and told me to get the night splint on the right in the pic. I have to wear the night splint to bed, to keep my foot flexed and stretch the plantar's fascia. Yes, it's as uncomfortable as it looks. I've been wearing it since Friday night, but only last night did I finally get the straps adjusted so they're tight enough to keep the thing on but not so tight they dig into my foot. Next goal - sleeping through the night. Wish me luck!