Went to the ortho for my 6-day check-up this morning. Shoulder report: range of motion is good, still clicking, he wants to see me again in 3 weeks. He said I can do "whatever I want" until then, except swim. The foot is taking its sweet time, but he said that I can run as soon as it feels fine. I've got another 5 days in my prescribed 10, so this weekend may be out. He said that I can pool run/recumbent bike as of now, though, which is great.
We talked about possibly doing a sprint distance tri this summer ("sure, go ahead") and a half-marathon in late summer/fall ("a half marathon is a lot of training, you know" - says the man with multiple Chicago Marathon/Boston Marathon/Olympic-distance Tri medals all over the wall), and all of that is a go, as long as my foot cooperates. So good news all around.
On the flip side, driving the 25 minutes to the doctor left me nauseous, light-headed, and incredibly sleepy. The drive home was more of the same, just with more shoulder pain, and I think my mid-afternoon nap may be a doozy. I haven't taken any percocet since Monday, just the 800 ibuprofen, but I'm still sleeping a lot. I'm also getting sore from a lack of moving around - aches and pains from sitting still, how hilarious! I'm looking forward to another few days of deep healing, and then hopefully I can get moving again!!