• Another 100 Days of Good Karma: Day 275 (Sunday Laziness)


    Sunday, April 12, 2015

    Run/ Walk/ Bike/ Elliptical (Today:  0.00 miles;  Running Total: 237.91 miles)

    Day 275 of *Another* 100 Days of Good Karma.

    Sundays are my laziest day of the week.

    I took two naps on the couch.

    I wore pajamas all day.

    I was quite happy to let Justin go grocery shopping while I laid around and read a book. (Right now it’s awesome sci fi nerdiness in the form of 2312, by Kim Stanley Robinson.)

    I walked less than three thousand steps when every other day this week I walked anywhere from eight to thirteen thousand.

    Later in the afternoon I even found myself sitting alone in the living room when Justin woke up from a nap. I was sitting on the couch staring up at the TV.

    He looked from me to the TV back to me. “Where are the kids?”


    He gave me a funny look. “So you’re watching iCarly by yourself?”

    “Oh,” I said, only then realizing why he was looking at me funny. iCarly is a kids show. The kids had been watching it with me, but at some point they both abandoned me for other things. “I guess I am.”

    Luckily the show is super cute and totally worth watching for Jerry Trainor’s antics alone.

    Today’s silver lining: Just another lazy Sunday.

    Saving all my energy for my last three radiation treatments.

    What’s your silver lining today?  I love comments!

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  1. Helen Opitz says:

    I have lazy days like that and there is nothing wrong with me. After this radiation therapy is over with are you done and in remission?

    • Meghan says:

      Honestly, I’m not sure what the term is for ‘after treatment’. ‘Survivorship’, maybe? I know ‘Remission’ is after five years, so I’m not there yet.

      As for what happens after radiation, I know I’ll start the breast reconstruction process over (the plastic surgeon will start inflating the tissue expander again). Also, I’m sure there’s a detailed plan for monitoring me after treatment ends. I just haven’t had that conversation with my doctors yet. I think they wanted to focus on getting me through radiation and see how I reacted to that before giving me a look-ahead plan. Their motto seems to be ‘focus on one piece at a time’. And I can’t argue with that. The entire process can be very overwhelming if you try to take it all in at once.

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