Dear Logbook, thirty-second day of the fifth trip.
Yesterday after leaving the little sailors at school I did what I told you. I went out to run. They were 7.3 kilometers of pure happiness. For some it may seem a long distance, for others it may not be. I get carried away by sensations. And those, although they make my pulse fast, they take me, they transport me in a different way making me feel that despite being fighting or being treated against cancer, the body is wonderful and gives us these moments. Life is wonderful with its hard and easy moments. Let’s value it and want it more.
Today is one of those days that you have marked on the calendar … it is moving day. It could look like an exam, because you have been preparing for it for weeks and finally the day comes. It will be a tired day. Luckily, my little body of asailor is quite good in strength. Tomorrow we will tell you what time we finish. At the moment it is 4.00 and, my Diary, I am writing to you.
Today we get up and have breakfast in one house and have dinner and go to bed in another. Rare things for Spain having to make movings every so little time. Although it would be fair to say that we have been in this house for almost 20 months now. Let us trust that we are going to be able to be more than twelve initially agreed.
My diary. Tomorrow I have to go, in principle, to the KS to have my precious red liquid taken. That from his analysis and together with the results of the past TAC will be useful for the next week to tell us Captain Palma, how the crossings on the high seas have been effective or not (chemotherapy sessions). I want to say that I trust that we will soon arrive at the dream Island. May this expedition end soon. But being aware that there could be more expeditions in the future. But if there were, they would face each other with equal or more force than now. This expedition that could come to an end in a short period of time, hopefully, has served to make us stronger in many aspects of life and as, my Diary, I have told you many times, relearn to value what is really important in the life. I am a heavy, I know, but the most important thing I think is to be healthy. The rest will come rolled.
And my diary, tomorrow from a different location, sure more.