All good goals have to be flexible and able to change.
I’m hoping mine don’t need to be thrown out the window! I flunked a routine mammogram and it didn’t worry me initially, but now I’m sitting here typing, 48 hours after a biopsy, still sore and starting to feel very jittery about the conversation I’ll be having next week with the doctors.
Most women walk away with the news that it was a false alarm and there’s no reason on earth why I shouldn’t be one of them.
But some find themselves on a different path with treatment schedules and options – and there’s no reason on earth why I shouldn’t be one of them either.
So, I’m sitting here with tabs open on my browser for cute running gear, The Westcoaster and Tussock Traverse that I want to “action” but I’m terrified that if I do they’ll be symbols of dashed dreams.
So, until my appointment it’s business as usual, training wise, and if the news is bad I’ll tackle it head on, reset my goals and work out the way forward.