Usually Tuesday's are the toughest days for me.. it's because Monday starts a new week, Tuesday is kinda just in the middle of the week and nothing there, then by Wednesday you are in the middle of the week, and from there it's just closer to the weekend. It's great we have two day weekends. However, weekends nowadays fly by so much faster than ever before.
Especially when medical events take over. Apparently have a DVT is a really alarmed event. And I just gotta be really careful and take everything really easy... it's great usually, but it's become somewhat of a nuisance.
It's a well known fact that we need physical therapy coming out of an injury for fracture/ bone break. But when DVT and tendonitis is involved all on the same leg as the injury, it really gets tricky. Everything and juggling on working full time, but part-time from home. 'Til this day, coming to three months, walking to and from the train station to the office is still not an option.
But as a result of the DVT, doctors tells me that should walk slow and controlled so my body with the DVT can adjust. Keeping it intact would be very beneficial for sure.
Gosh, sometimes I just want to run, even if it breaks. (considering is not hanging on by much at present, the re-injury is a high chance.) I want to out of my own impatience. But realistically and knowing myself I know it's going to drag me down more if I get an injury on top of another one.
This injury continues to put different perspectives and changing me.
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