All I can Do is Smile

Finding a rhythm


Yesterday was a hard day. I woke up already nauseous and, like pain, once you’re behind it, it’s tough to get back ahead. It took most of the morning to get myself in order, but I eventually rallied for a quick visit from my in-laws and a trainer session with one of my girlfriends. I was able to do two 10-minute spins.

It is completely unfair how quickly fitness is lost.

Nausea continues to be an issue, so last night, I set an alarm for 1am to take some anti-nausea meds. It’s what I typically do the first couple of days after chemo and it appears to have totally helped today. I woke up feeling GOOD. Like, actually good.

I still have to manage my energy expenditure, but I’m really happy with how today went. Hopefully, I’ll keep feeling better until next week’s Round 2.


5 thoughts on “Finding a rhythm

  1. I rode the trainer in your honor today!

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  2. I took a nice long power walk with Gil in your honor today. Trainer tmrw. You are so amazing! Xxoo

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  3. You looked fabulous today!! E and I had so much fun with you!

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  4. Doing 20 minutes of spinning 6 weeks after your surgery is amazing!

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