I don’t know if I do, but this Saturday morning I did it. I walked. Without crutches, and without limping too much. I tried it again in the evening. Still worked. Then again on Sunday. Today is Monday, my ankle is still hurting like hell and I still don’t dare leaving the crutch behind, but … Continue reading Non-arrested development
I’ve said it before, and I’ll probably say it many times more. You don’t have to be smart to get a PhD. So today, I apparently decided to stop being on sick leave. I called the social security/public insurance/whatever authority and told them to put an end to it. A bit surprising since I still … Continue reading Mind loops
WOHOO!! Maria has tossed her crutches in the trash. She can walk!!! It is completely amazing to see how much bone mass (is it called that at all?) that has been produced around her femur fracture (take a look!) in the past 3 months, and it is so uber nice to see how her hard … Continue reading Fight for you right, to bike
Yes, I said it. It wasn’t beautiful and it didn’t last for long, but I did it – the track stand. Thank you Maria for kicking your pretty butt so hard that I get pushed to kick my own. Next time, I’ll try bouncing a bit. Continue reading Yes I can!
So today I met Dr Doom. He was very nice and friendly, and he talked with a very smooth and concerned voice as he told me that I should be prepared for never getting completely well, that I MIGHT be able to ski, but that I shouldn’t expect to get back to where I was … Continue reading 85 days later
I don’t really know what to write about any more. God damnit, I want to write about biking sweet sweet trails and skiing big mountains! Not about things I did two years ago, but things I do now! On February 16:th, I almost thought I would be able to do just that by the time … Continue reading Deterioration and Restoration