Leg is Doing its Thing

I’m super glad this recovery is going quickly, because it’s a giant pain in the ass. Or leg to be more accurate.

I shouldn’t be surprised at how much having your leg sliced open and a bunch of metal removed takes out of you. My energy levels this week have been much lower than normal, I tire quickly and if I push myself I pay for it the next day.

That's a lot of staples... It's also a VERY long scar.

That’s a lot of staples… It’s also a VERY long scar.

The leg is improving though, every day I have more movement and I have to constantly remind myself to not push too much. I get the staples out next week, and I’ll find out then when I can get back on the motorcycle. I’m hoping the week after that I’ll be back on two wheels.

I may have already tried to get out on the bike. Only to be stopped by the extremely good sense of my wife =)

What?!? (This was of course staged. It was the day after the surgery, getting that one boot on was very hard)

What?!?
(This was of course staged. It was the day after the surgery, getting that one boot on was very hard) The things I do for a laugh…

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About MotoCynic

I started riding motorcycles in 2006, and there is no going back. I've ridden more than 100,000 miles, most of it on a Ducati Monster, and despite setbacks and murderous BMW's I'm loving every mile.
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2 Responses to Leg is Doing its Thing

  1. Ry Austin says:

    “Nah… Nah, babe, I wasn’t gonna ride. It was for the bike–FrankenMonster was feeling neglected.”

  2. ccpressnet says:

    Keep smiling and moving.

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