|update: i may be able to get back on the bike in 6 weeks...||weiwentg|
Apr 19, 2002 1:54 PM
|if i'm lucky. presently i am praying and ODing on calcium. the doc did a good job on my collarbone, but the damn steel plate will have to come out in a year. particularly since i will be taking up MTBing at some point (and cyclocross soon), and more endos are in the works (but hopefully not too many more). otherwise, i am doing well: i won't be able to put weight on the arm till at least 6 weeks, but i can write with it. i am almost off the painkillers: 2 a day as opposed to 7-8 after the op. the incision should heal within a copule of weeks.
(ladies, i apologise for the crudity...) the photo below is me, in the van, about to go to the hospital. the finger is for the guy who crashed, heh heh. a very small, evil part of me wishes i had hit him harder. the rest of me says, no hard feelings, these things happen, and hope you're OK
|re: you know what gold bond is really good for right? nm||collinsc|
Apr 19, 2002 2:48 PM
|sounds like you're dealin' with things pretty well...||gregg|
Apr 19, 2002 2:56 PM
|....I know how you feel. That totally sucks that someone else's incompentence, inexperience, whatever, cause you all this pain and hassle. But that's racing, right?
6 weeks is better than 4 months!
|Six weeks--I could deal with that.||Leisure|
Apr 21, 2002 1:52 AM
|It's good to see you're getting back soon. Injury sucks!|
Apr 21, 2002 11:47 AM
|the thing is that i MIGHT be able to ride in 6 weeks. there's no guarantee that i'll have healed sufficiently :\
i am already going crazy. let's hope i manage not to pull an Ullrich.