Quick update… One of the Alecia’s Stem Cells JDRF Walk team shirts from many moons ago made reference to “Nice Stems”, as in “nice legs”. It was cheeky.
Never in a million years, did I think the switch to cycling would leave my stems looking like this (4 days after my last “accident”):
Clipless pedals are awesome, until they are not awesome. Also why are they not called clip-in pedals? Or Holy-shirt-I-can’t-get-out-of-these-pedals? Or I’M TRAPPED pedals?
My legs hate T1D more than I do. Really. I asked them. 65 Miles on Monday. My bike is fixed (again) and I will be back out training tomorrow. Hopefully no more hitting the wall (literally and figuratively) or being one with the pavement.
Also this article came out this week. Excellent and a glamour shot of my dear friend Brian and more information on our Artificial Pancreas trial (definitely one of the better articles out there).
A year ago, I was planning what I was going to wear to a polo match and what snacks I needed to bring tomorrow. Tonight I will be laying out my cycling gear, grabbing bananas, Gatorade, and pickles on my way home from work.
If you’ve ever felt inclined to support someone doing an endurance sport for the 1st time, please share my link. If anyone tells you there is no crying in cycling, please tell them that phrase is only good for baseball. #StayStrong #CryItOut #AdvilAndIcePlease