Dear Logbook, 20th day of the third trip.
Well, tonight I took the test of not taking a potion to sleep better and I slept about 3 hours and 30 minutes and then I was awake for 2 hours and after taking the potion, I went back to sleep for about 4 hours. In total, it is not bad and in fact I am rested.
Today the day has risen without rain, but it threatens rain in the afternoon. We will see if it rains or not. After breakfast I will go for a bike ride. The case is to do some exercise.
Then we will prepare the meals for food and rest. And in the afternoon we will go to pick up the Little sailor Gadea that is in a friend’s house spending yesterday night and today. Surely she had a great time.
On my part as regards the physical or mental state, both continue well. There are only two days left of this trip. And on Monday with yesterday’s confirmation from the Captain of the potions (chemotherapy doctor) that on Monday we started the fourth and last trip. Thus we will arrive to harbour on December 8th. From there on week 51 I will have a CT scan and at the beginning of the year 2020, we will have an appointment with Captain Marzia Palma to receive the results of the CT scan and the overall treatment. Less and less is left to reach the coveted Island. Today two months ago I started with my first voyage on the High Seas … How time has passed! For me, Diary, I recognize that I have gone very fast. And in just 3 weeks, I will be in body recovery mode to be able to recover my long-awaited normal life in a month and a half. It will never be as normal as it was months ago, but at least I can feel more normal than I now feel. I crave the routine of having to get up every day, prepare food for the little groups, take them to school and go to work. That routine is something I really miss. So, Force Sailor! There is less left!
And my dear Diary, I’m sure something else tomorrow.