We've got our fingers crossed that somehow it turns out not so bad.
So sorry! My stomach churned when I heard your story. Having watched too much Uconn women basketball these past many years, the sight of a woman crumpling upon landing is too familiar. The good news is that recovery is definitely possible. Stronger than ever is possible. Hard work is too necessary unfortunately. We send our hopes that it is minor and a quick recovery injury and will be cheering you on. Best regards.
Well what a bummer.
You've been doing so well. This just sucks.
I hope your recovery is swift and complete.
sorry to hear about this!
So sorry to hear about your knee...I hope the prognosis is positive when you get the MRI.
My knees ache when I think about yours. Surgery or not I guess you are in for a long recovery, although I hope not. I was thinking you might not be able to drive--bummer. We'll keep sending good thoughts your way.
Major bummer. I hope it goes well, and you get better quickly.
Thanks everyone! I'm keeping my fingers crossed and will let you know how the MRI goes next week.
Ugh. WP terrain strikes again - I am really sorry to hear that, you had a really good race on Sat. When I first heard about your knee, my response was "please don't let her go out on the long tomorrow!" and I'm really glad you didn't, although it sounds like that would have been darned near impossible, anyway. ;-( Best wishes - do you have a good physical therapist nearby?
I do, thanks. I've had two surgeries on my left knee, the last one just last year. So, fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it), I have a regular orthopedic doc, along with a great rehab facility. And thanks again for the weekend. Despite my injury, I had a blast. You and Jon have made fantastic strides with the program at WP. I'm sure you will be sorely missed.
My goodness! :-( I feel so bad that you have to go through again with your injury knee. Patti is very concern about you. We are praying for you and hope things will cure soon.
Well, $%&*!!!! I'm so sorry to hear this, Kissy. I'll be thinking about you and waiting for encouraging news from the MRI.