Saturday, July 9, 2011

Thrusday July 7th

Today was the first day that I road when I wasn't having significant Lyme symptoms.  It was also the first day that I looked around and paying attention again to what passed me by.  I cycled 35.5 km today like I haven't cycled in weeks.  More than ever, today made me more cognizant of just how much people with Lyme disease miss while coping with what this disease dishes out.  The simple things that we always take for granted are pushed aside as the battle with Lyme rages on.
The fatigue is still hanging around and I ended up sleeping in the afternoon for more hours than I spent cycled in the morning.  And along with the fatigue came a high fever and nausea.

1 comment:

  1. One of the most consistently difficult parts of this illness is how unpredictable it is and how even the best laid plans may never work out. It's one thing to have this happen to the average healthy person every so often, and another to be ill and pretty much equate unpredictability with your life.