Thursday, March 15, 2007

At the End of the Day

"Courage doesn't always roar, sometimes courage is the quiet
voice at the end of the day saying 'I will try again tomorrow.'"

And that's where I am at right now. Waking up each day, hoping for no more pain, and just muddling through the day once it sets in. Then doing it all over again the next day.

I was hoping to make a decision about AZ after this weekend's workout, but with no pain relief, that workout might not happen. And the decision makes itself.

I am not going to talk to much about this right now, as I feel all I have done as of late is complain or moan about the unfairness of it all. Everyone has been great listening to me, but even I get tired of my own voice. Suffice to say that the feelings are overwhelming and the pain is, at times, still agonizing.

I feel like at the end of this, I will will have a more positive perspective and all the insight and wisdom I hear I might get. Maybe. But right now, I really just want my body, my training, my humor, and my mind back. Just a small request...


Cindy Jo said...

I've been there -- and the finish line is much sweeter when you have things like this to overcome first.

Once you get your back fixed up you will have some great fitness to start the tri season with!!!

momo said...

meg, check in when you get a chance and let us know how you're feeling today, k? thinking about you...