The past few blogs have not been about mountain running, but mountain running has taught me how to approach this life climb. Yesterday I went under anesthesia to biopsy my bladder. I’ve had some post running blood in my urine, prompting the evaluation that led to finding a couple of spots on my bladder.
I think about how I would have approached and dealt with this 3 years ago, before running changed my whole way of thinking. The world is bigger and I am much smaller. Life and our world is precious. And it’s freeing to know it’s not all about me.
I have big plans for 2015, my goal race is going to be Tor Des Geants. Ill have to have a fair amount of luck to get in, but I think its gonna happen. I won’t know that until February. Right now it is just a day at a time. Currently, I am not running, I haven’t in 2 weeks which feels like 2 years at times, but I’m making the most of it, and hopeful I will get to start training again soon.
In the meantime, I await the biopsy results. I should know monday, the results, and go from there. Im ready to slip my running shoes back on! ...soon