Cancer, carbs, Compitition, Cycling, diet, Life, Medication, Side Effects
It’s been seven days since I started my new medication. At this time there hasn’t been any noticeable side effects. I’ve had the pharmacist from the drug company call me twice to check on me. Like I said in my last post, this is a fairly new drug so they’re just concerned about me I guess.
On April 21st, there is a city-wide competition with some of the business in town called The Birmingham Challenge. I have signed up with my employer to ride in a 10k bike stroll. The bike stroll is not a competition within itself but we get points as to how many cyclists we get to ride in the event. It’s the same way with the walking event. We do, however, have other events that are competitions, such as the tug a war, dodgeball, corn-hole, golf, home-run hitting, and a couple more events. Last year our company came in 2nd overall. I’ve signed up for the cycling event. I haven’t been on my bike for nearly a year, until this evening. I know it’s not much but I rode a whole 2.4 miles. I could’ve ridden further but both my headlight and taillight were not charged and I didn’t want to ride without them. I really surprised myself. I actually dreaded getting back on my bike and tackling the hill in front of my house. I got a little winded but I made it with no problems.
I’m back on my low carb diet. I blew it this weekend. Those Little Debbie cakes ought to be illegal. I’ve finally got my wife on board with me with her cooking and she’s not giving me bread or potatoes so the failure this weekend is all on me. I just “grazed” all weekend. I had lost seven but on Monday, I gained five. I hate losing the same weight that I had already lost before. Today I did great though. We’ll see when I check the scales in the morning.
I check in again in a couple of days. In the meantime, enjoy your week.
From last years event.