I know how you feel. Sucks to have a bad ankle but ski season is still a while away. Time heals all wound.
Sprang my ankle (left) early January last season on an icy driveway. No breaks but extremely painful. Could barely walk. Could not get my foot into the ski boot. Took 5 months to get back to 100% - walk without pain and/or a limp. The disability was especially apparent going down the stairs.
Bad new - Lost 35 days of skiing (5 weeks).
Good New - After 5 weeks (mid-Feb), managed to stuff my foot into the boot and skied the rest of the season. The worst parts of the days was putting on and taken off the boot. Once the foot is in the boot the boot provided much needed support for the ankle - almost like a cast. Caveat - beware of hard charging lines. The injured ankle flexes slower (without pain anyway) so the ability to absorb sharp impacts (without pain) is reduced. Smoother line selection is essential - especially in the bumps.
So check out your ankle just to make sure everything is OK. You can probably go skiing once the pain of stuffing your foot into the boot becomes bearable.
Have a good season.