I just want to send a BIG thank you to all of you who have walked alongside of me in the crazy journey. God has answered all of our prayers, and I'm doing great.
My pain is pretty much gone. There are still times I feel sore or my scars bother me, but nothing compared to what I've been through. I'm running 6-7 days a week again. I've had to teach myself how to run differently and use my good leg more to keep the pain in my right leg at a minimum, but I'm fighting every single day for a better run.
Hoping to get back to work very soon.
Thank you again for your continued prayers and support. Although my BIG will be a part of my life forever, I'm getting better every single day, and ready to get on with my life! Ready to be delivering babies and running marathons again. (I already have a marathon destination in mind) and my ultimate goal is to beat my 3:38 personal best and go for a 3:15. I've already qualified for Boston once, and I'm determined to do it again with my new leg.
I'll continue to keep everyone updated on how I'm doing, but hopefully this blog will be less and less about my experience with nec fasc and more and more about my life as a marathon runner, newlywed, labor & delivery nurse.