Dear Logbook, fifth day of the fifth trip.
Yesterday’s analysis shows that hemoglobin has risen a bit. We move a little further from that threshold of 80 g/l, since with the 103 I had yesterday, we are progressing. The rest of the values have only little changes in a week. We will continue one more week with the ground crew, because when I comment on the issue of loss of sensation in the fingers, next week they will send a doctor on Thursday to see and tell me. So I’m happy because at least someone can tell me something. I will tell you the values of B12 and folic acid that a neurologist has marked my great friend Eli for a similar topic. From here to thank you Eli, in the day to day we do mutual therapy, but your determination is worthy of a great monument. Thanks with all my heart. Hopefully life gives you a little truce yours. You deserve it with all your heart and I wish so.
Today, my Diary, dawns with clouds but without rain, which is appreciated after these previous days of water. After leaving the kids at school, we will take a walk to the office where they celebrate St. Lucia’s day, with the typical songs of St. Lucia and with the saffron sweets of December 13. Then I walk to reach those 10-12 kilometers with which I set the daily goal to continue recovering physically and return little by little. Then get home and make the food and study a little.
And my dear Diary nothing more.