This will be quick, because I am tired. For one thing, I started that new job. For another thing, I am trying unsuccessfully to finish Thomas Wolfe’s Look Homeward, Angel. The latter is more exhausting and much less fulfilling than the former.
This week, I passed the one year mark for my official osteochondral defect diagnosis. At this point, I’m just over a month out from the one-year anniversary of the actual surgery.
Here are some brief surgery stats:
-7/31/19—first day running 30 straight minutes on the road
-8/17/19—first post-surgery “long” run Saturday of 35 minutes
-10/3/19—first instance of running back-to-back Wednesdays and Thursdays since late summer 2018
–October 5, 2019
August 2023 Update: I thought that I once used this post title before, but I was not positive. Also, I was apparently too lazy to do my research. I have (apparently) started a surgery snapshots series that includes actual snapshots of things. At least I used a unique post title when I resurrected the theme!