Friday, March 02, 2007

Frostbite + Fresh Snow = No Fun

All I can do is look out the window at all the snow and think, "Why, of all the times, do I have to have frostbite now." I'd just like to get out and ski in it, but my frozen toe just won't take it. The doctor says wear a hat, don't drink caffiene, and stay warm. At least he also says the dark brown color is a blood blister and not gangrene.

Arrowhead report to come.


Simmons said...

That sucks about the toe. I ended up having a little frost bite on my nose. Now my nose turns red any time I go outside or workout. Can't wait to hear your race report.

Paul said...

Matt, I am so glad that things will be okay with your toe. You really had me worried. God does answer prays Matt.

the inebriationist said...

Man if you keep up this pattern of randomly appearing, the only people who are going to claim to see you are toothless, drunkard, backwood hillbillies with blurry video.

No doubt, we need a race recap and book reviews and whatever spillage comes from Matt's head damnit!

I didn't know about possible toe complications from frostbite. Perhaps I should stop in to the shop MORE frequently.

Simmons said...

Good luck at Ti3 Matt!