Goal One – Move out
It’s been a long wait, but it’s finally happened! My girlfriend and I have officially moved out of her family home and in to our own new home in Co.Dublin. I’m over the moon, we have been made wait so long, and we have had to go through it all to finally get here but we did it. I knew we would, I just didn’t anticipate how hard it would be, or how long it would take!
I have been absolutely blessed to have had my girlfriend’s family home to stay in while I was going through my illness and recovery, I couldn’t be any more thankful or grateful for what they have done for me, but now it’s time to start a new beginning with my girlfriend and I can only hope that it’s onwards and upwards from here.
A little celebration ❤
Goal Two – Get back to work
There is not a whole lot I can do to about getting back to work any faster. I have no immune system at the moment which totally rules work out, especially during the cold and flu season. I’ve already been floored twice for a number of weeks each time this winter and it probably won’t be the end of it. I’m also still in hospital a lot, but over the coming months I am due to have a lot of my sign off appointments with a number of different departments which will be great but for now it’s still all go in and out of hospital.
Getting plenty, but importantly not too much, of exercise will help me along the way as it will help with continuing to overcome the fatigue and just help with my general health and fitness which will all aid my return to work.
Goal Three – Run the Dublin Marathon
As for the Dublin Marathon, I am registered, I am motivated, I am determined, but whether or not I make it to the start line remains to be seen. I am just going to take my time with it, slowly, surely, and see what happens. First things first I just want to get back to work and finally get back to normality, back to reality, but it’ll just take a bit of time.