So two weeks ago I got talked into running, the things people can convince me to do. They talked me into a 7k on St Patrick's day. I've been practicing about 3 times a week, I think I do like 10 1/2 min miles now, which seems alright, maybe kinda slow. I guess I'm doing pretty well though, I did 10k last weekend just for the hell of it, mind you I said hell of it not fun of it. I've decided that I do not like running on treadmills, running outside is fun though. My toenails turned black, the internet told me that my toes were not going to fall off but that I should probably get new running shoes or some new toes, shoes seem easier to get. Also now I'm only 10 pounds away from my goal weight!! The yoga and pilates I've been up to for a few months is making me stronger too, my back muscles barely hurt anymore.
My oncologist appointment at the end of January went well, he said I was awesome, which makes me smile. I like when I'm a normal healthy 32 year old and not being treated like a medical anomaly anymore. How many times do I really have to hear that I seem really young to have breast cancer? He did say I need to keep an eye out for my headaches to get more frequent and for other things like dizziness and vision problems but I think I'm good, I think I just get headaches.