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Monday, August 24, 2009

Not sure if I got the job, but my leg feels better

Well, I had a 36-minute phone interview Monday for a part-time writing position with a local business/health outfit. Thought I had a good interview... BUT..... there seemed to be a misunderstanding on one of the questions I was asked. In a nutshell, it was like the guy asked the question in French and I answered in German. Ugggg. I know it was bad because the guy finally said, "Well... ok, let's move on to something else."


So, maybe I didn't get that job. But I did get a nice letter from a hiring manager at another company (that I won't name). The manager, in part, said she was sorry to hear that I was laid off and was going to show my resume around to some other managers.

Whether this company hires me or not (and they do have an opening I qualify for) - that was the nicest thing any employer has said to me.

INJURY FRONT: Well, I just couldn't help myself. I know I said I was going to take Monday off because of some leg pain that I was having. But I awoke Monday down in the dumps a little (job, son, hurt leg) and figured I just needed to get out of the house and get some adrenaline flowing through my body, some good old endorphins.

I strapped on my shoes and was just going to walk fast to get some blood moving to my sore leg. Then I started a slow shuffle, then a slow jog. There was a little pain, but not as much as I thought there would be. And in fact, because I ran my 15 miles on Saturday very conservatively and took Sunday off, my legs were actually feeling fresh. Very fresh.

So.... my run turned from slow shuffle, see if I can get through the pain to ... a marathon pace workout. And the funny thing is, the faster I went, the better my leg felt. I wound up doing 7 miles with the last 6 right at marathon pace (between 7:34 and 7:44 min/mile). My leg was pretty much pain free after the run, which was not the way I thought I'd feel, but I wasn't complaining. Thanks for the idea about heat/ice Allison.

I'll continue to ice and heat and roll my soleus muscle and hopefully I'm totally pain free in a few weeks.


Blogger DawnB said...

glad your leg is feeling better kevin, nice work out I'm keeping my fingers X for you and I'll say a little prayer as well, seems to do miracles for me.

August 24, 2009 at 9:57 PM  
Blogger Victoria said...

Hi hombre-- I know I've been AWOL for a while, but just wanted you to know that I am thinking of you and sending you good thoughts on the son, soul, pain and job fronts.

August 25, 2009 at 12:30 AM  
Blogger Ryan V. said...

Dude, El Scorcho is sending good vibes your way.

August 25, 2009 at 9:50 AM  
Blogger lindsay said...

haha. of course you can't stay off your feet :) glad it seems to be doing better and hopefully the ice/heat will continue to do the trick!

hope you hear back in regards to the phone interview. i had a terrible one in college... let's just say it was on a friday morning and well in college a lot of people tend to go out on thursday nights. whoops. it was a tough question too - something like "name 3 traits about yourself". i listed two and my brain went dead. :)

August 26, 2009 at 6:07 AM  

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