Wow, it’s November!? Just over 2 weeks ago I was on my paddle board barefoot on the ocean, in short shorts and a t-shirt, and today on my run it was -2 and I wore PANTS. Such a sharp corner the season took but I like it! Every year at this time I go throughContinue reading “Hello, Fall!”
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Runner’s Hysterectomy Journey – 8 weeks later, and summary of activity during the 6 week recovery period!
Hmm, so somehow it’s 8 weeks later and I’m in Prince George again for a follow-up appointment with my surgeon tomorrow! Life goes by so fast, it’s crazy. I have been running since August 19th, which was day 39 of healing. I felt good and went for it, taking it easy on my favourite 5kContinue reading “Runner’s Hysterectomy Journey – 8 weeks later, and summary of activity during the 6 week recovery period!”
Runner’s Hysterectomy Recovery – day 39, still here!
Wow I disappeared for a bit there. When I was approaching this operation, I had a vision of myself moping around at home for 6 weeks, blogging each day for something to do and going stir crazy. It has been such a pleasant surprise, this entire process! The last two weeks my life has feltContinue reading “Runner’s Hysterectomy Recovery – day 39, still here!”
Marathoner’s Hysterectomy Journey – 3 weeks post-op!
Hysterectomy Recovery: day 18
So on the plane back from Cabo I made a vow to follow the 10% rule with respect to weekly kilometres on my feet during this no-running period. I’ll build on last week’s 50km of walking (and hiking) with a 55km goal this week. Also, I started to form a loose plan for run-walk reintroductionContinue reading “Hysterectomy Recovery: day 18”
Marathoner’s Hysterectomy Journey – 2 weeks post-op !
Okay so 2 weeks ago at this very moment I was dying in a hotel bed with a catheter and an IV, the most bloated abdomen I have ever had and the worst constipation I can imagine existing. I can’t believe how fast this has gone by so far! My decision to keep so busyContinue reading “Marathoner’s Hysterectomy Journey – 2 weeks post-op !”