Tag Archive: recovery

Pain

I need to apologize to you if we have interacted in the last month or so. I’ve been in a lot of pain. A friend said it best yesterday when she said pain… Continue reading

11 months

Sunday marked 11 months since my surgery–hard to believe it’s been that long. Sometimes it seems like yesterday and other times it seems like a distant memory. I marked the anniversary with a 100… Continue reading

Take That Tumor

I have struggled to make meaning of the events of the past year. At this time last year I was training for my first Ironman race which was to be Ironman Florida on… Continue reading

News from the Doc

I know I haven’t posted an update in a while. Last week I saw the doc for my “9 month” check up. Been processing what he said and haven’t really been ready to… Continue reading

Happy’s 5000–my first post surgery 5K

If you are a runner in Baton Rouge, then you’ve most likely attended the Happy’s 5000 road race as it draws close to 1000 runners. Being a night race downtown on the weekend,… Continue reading

Rocketchix Race Report: All About the Finish Line

Saturday my coach asked me if he knew I was doing the race today. I said, “remember when I texted you about it and told you I was going to wear the gopro… Continue reading

Learning to wait

I have learned a lot about patience and waiting in the past six months, not by choice mind you. But like many great lessons in life, these were learned because the path I… Continue reading

Galveston 70.3 Relay Race Report

My very first 70.3 experience I was supposed to swim, Megan was supposed to bike and Megan was going to run. I got a call the day we were going down to packet… Continue reading

Filling in the blanks

Still lamenting the time lag between my last set of blog posts and this set. I have been writing, it’s just that nothing made it from my notepad to my blog–I still really… Continue reading

No fooling…I’m running

I’m running…seriously I am. I often have to pinch myself as even I often don’t believe it. Less than six months post surgery and I can run–albeit not far or fast but running… Continue reading