Corns. Blisters. Calluses. Toenails … black or blue ones, that is. Sound familiar?
I don’t know about you, but if there’s anything about my body that is a dead give-a-way that I enjoy pounding the pavement and getting early morning miles under my belt, it’s my feet. The thought of getting a pedicure or wearing flip flops makes me cringe. Regardless of the best training shoes and the blister-blocking socks, after training for a marathon or half marathon or even after racing a 5k hard, my second toe, my Morton’s toe, never fails to end up with a blue toenail, and not the sparkly bright blue polish kind.
I can cope normally – I just hide those suckers in my favorite Brooks Pure Flows. But, I have a wedding in less than three months and a pair of otherwise perfect peep-toes I need to wear without embarrassing myself! What’s a girl to do?!
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