I wish I felt like I was allowed to call in sick. I really am sick, but I have a project that needs to be done by the 30th at work. Looks like another 12 hour work day and a Saturday shift for me this week. I’m going to hit 60 hours this week.
I already have a running tattoo. I have a ‘I got through the lowest point in my life’ tattoo. Now I really want an ‘I kicked cancer’s ass tattoo. Any ideas?
So far all I can come up with is a girl fighting a little green monster guy or a tombstone for my tumor, Gertrude. I can’t decide between a quarter sleeve, a small tattoo on my chest where my tumor was, or somewhere on my shoulder or back. Hmmmm.
Already 10 hours of overtime in 3 days, with 1-2 more tomorrow and 4-5 on Friday and 4 on Saturday. Being an adult is hard.
First day of my 50-60 hour work week today. 2 hours in and I feel like I’m going to throw up. I don’t have time to get sick!
eliseh1994 said: You are absolutely inspiring! Just found your blog/page and I am gobsmacked at how well and active you're staying with all the cancer treatment! How on earth do you do it? Just wow! And congrats on being cancer free!
Thanks! I just like doing things. I can’t sit around or I get all mopey. And I can’t wait to start trying to get back into shape and setting all new PRs! :)
As of yesterday at 8:15 am I am 100% completely done with cancer treatments! Let’s hope Gertrude is nice and stays in remission for the rest of forever and that I don’t get leukemia/breast cancer/lung cancer from all the chemo and radiation.
I’m still fatigued but every day from now on should be a little better (mostly because I have one less thing to do every day!) Now that I have more time, I’m going to try to start getting my fitness back. Today I took a little nap and walked about 2 miles.
When you run into someone at a wedding who you have seen for almost a year.
“Oh my god! Did you shave your head?! It looks great!”
“Actually I had cancer…”
Yay there is running on the tv right now!