I’m really having a hard time coming up with anything to blog about lately.
I don’t what to seem like a whiner, but I feel like that’s all I’ll do.
I have an appointment with my neurologist on March 22. Hopefully we’ll have an answer/course of action about what, exactly, is wrong with me. Do any of you know anyone who’s had brain surgery before? Because that’s the only real course of treatment if I do actually have Moyamoya.
One of my dear friends suffers from Cushing’s Disease and she said it’s not so bad. I’m just worried about recovery time. There’s a 5k I really, really want to run in August, and if it’s going to screw my training up, I want to put surgery off. I’ve been dreaming of running this race since I first heard about it last year.
It’s called the Runyon 5k and it’s actually run at Yankee Stadium. How cool is that? The course takes you through the entire stadium and you even get to run on the warning track. Speaking of running, I’ve got to drag myself out of bed tomorrow and get on the treadmill. Now that it’s getting lighter, earlier, I may even be able to talk myself into going outside to run once in a while.
I’m really, really excited about this. And running in general. If you’d told me five years ago that I would be attempting to train to run a 5k (and more; I have visions of running a marathon before 30, but I don’t know about that one), I would have laughed at you. It’s funny how perspective and children change things in your life.