Today, this powder-blue Bompard long cardi (a lovely lightweight cashmere) was the Oldie-but-Goldie, along with my Fluevog loafers. And I know, I know, double metallic might well be a no-no, but apparently we're good-to-go with the double denim these days, so I'm declaring a judicious doubling of metallic to be permissible as well. You heard it here first. . . .
As helpful as the IMS (intra-muscular stimulation) was, though, it was my physio's assessment and her reassurance that most pleased me. She's very confident I'll run the marathon (she's signed up for it as well), and the plan she set out for my (non)training over the next few weeks is very similar to what I'd settled on.
I woke up this morning with very little kink in my knee and a left hip that's so much happier (the muscular tension had, unsurprisingly, travelled right up/down the chain, and many needles hit the hip and, um, gluteal regions. . . ).
So thank you all for your concern -- it looks as if I'm on the mend. Certainly mended enough to dare double-metal with my white jeans. . . . what say you? Faux pas of the spring?
And I'm curious. . . who is your first recourse for biomechanical stuff? Do you go to your GP, or to a chiropractor, a massage therapist, a physiotherapist? (I haven't been to my doc for at least a year, but have visited my physio 8 or 10 times, an RMT a few more, never see a chiropractor).