Saturday, July 17, 2010

Family, not me, off to Cedar Point today. Already can't stop picking up with everyone gone and no one to yell at. I'm going for a ride today on the new bike, probably a long one, with some twists and turns. I haven't done that since my college days. This is why I got the bike, for that. To feel free and one with the sky, riding nowhere in particular, also pushing your body. I never can just completely relax, but maybe that's been my thing all along. Because later I will also be running at least four. I should enjoy this while it lasts because I haven't had an uninterrupted string of good health like this since I started dialysis over five years ago. Its been since really December, in the hospital, with multiple infections, that I have been "sick". I did have surgery in April but really not for any illness and the recovery was quick, I ran the weekend after the friday surgery. A male sensitive surgery no less. I guess I really can't stop. That is what my wife says all the time. I try to sit, but feel that being forced to sit in the Dialysis chair three times a week is enough for me. See you on the road somewhere.


culturalsnow said...

That picture looks familiar. Good to see you're finally putting your blog together.

Barbara Lardinais said...

Not being able to relax runs in the Klapp side of the family I think. That's just like Grandpa and like your dad too. Do you also always need to be early for things? Another sign. There is an up side and a down side to it. Maybe for now, sitting in the dialysis chair is a balance for you. At least we can try to take a silver lining from it.