Thanks, guys! She's doing waaaaayyyyyy better. Only wears her immobilizer at night and actually ran at practice yesterday NO upper body activities, yet. We follow up again the end of next week with ortho to re-xray and see how healing is going. So where in the world did I leave off?? Right, finished Nassau. So the next day was our eagerly anticipated Castaway Cay day! Sean and I were looking forward to relaxing and doing NOTHING! Well, after the 5k, of course...We got up early-ish and headed up to Cabanas for some breakfast. I cannot run on an empty stomach. Need my fuel! So a bit of fruit and muesli later, we ran back to our room to grab a few pics as I failed to bring my camera to breakfast. The view was lovely: We met in 687 as directed and found Mindy and Jim already there. Signed up, collected our numbers, and headed outside. So, did you notice the clouds in the above picture? This is critical to the next part of the story. Remember how I was hating the weather at the 10-miler? This was daytime, and the staff was warning everyone how hot and humid it was and how you needed to drink the water supplied on the course. Ok, whatever. I didn't bring my hydration pack, as it was only a 5k. And I wasn't thinking that the weather was all that bad at that particular time. So, we walked a really long ways to get to the starting area, where there was a big box in which to keep our bags. This was nice, as that way we wouldn't have to go back to the ship after the run. I had brought my little camera and kept it in the bag (thankfully). So we set off. Sean ran ahead of me (thankfully). I was able to find a pace and keep to it. Felt pretty good, actually! We get to the turnaround spot, and I see Sean, surprisingly not all that far ahead of me. Ok, what ever. And I have to insert here, in spite of the directions on HOW to run the loop, people still did it backwards. Sigh. Then...the rain starts. Big, fat, hairy raindrops that coalesce into a sheet of dumping rain! Holy COW! We don't get rain like that in the Pacific NW. To say I was soaked is the world's biggest understatement! But you know what? It was a cool rain and felt GREAT! Sean finished 3rd overall. I didn't pay attention. But, when we found some cover, we took off our shoes, and....no kidding....turned them upside down and poured out the water! Yikes! This is what we looked like after: A really bad wet t-shirt contest! Ok, more later. Sean nagging me to go to the grocery store.