I’m sorry this week was another disappointment. I know it’s frustrating but I’m sure they will figure out what is causing your negative results. I guess we should look at the positives. They have pulled most if not all of your medication. You are feeling better than you have in over a year. Think of it as a nice vacation from all the bad stuff you have had to endure.
I went out for a run today to test out the leg. It didn’t last long. I’m still getting pain. The doctor told me to run, but shorter distances and a little slower, and stop if it starts to hurt. It’s a little confusing because I’m not sure how much to push it. I gave it a mile to see if it would start to ease up, but it never did. It seemed to get worse the more I ran so I turned around. I planned on starting biking and swimming next week. I guess I’ll just start it a week early. I’m also going to see if a can talk to Jack Fultz from DFMC (He won the 1976 Boston Marathon) to give me some advice on how to finish up my training.
I know my leg issue is small compared to what you go through on a daily basis. Knowing this helps put things into perspective. I just want to be healthy enough for marathon day. This year is a little more important than other years. You have been a great partner. I have had my best running year ever and that’s thanks to you.
I think we should try to plan a trip to Kiku Yama. I’ll talk to your parents and see what day works with everyone. It will be fun.