Dear Logbook, twenty-fourth day of a new life.
Yesterday finished my first week of work after having reached the coveted island. I am glad how the week has been. I know I repeat myself, but little by little we will pick up rhythm. If after a vacation it is difficult to take it several days, then after a much longer period in which there has been such physical and psychological wear, then a little more is normal.
In line with what I told you yesterday, my friend Eli has given me the following link. My Diary, I strongly recommend that you read it, what is told there I think is applicable both to patients who have overcome a cancer or who have overcome a serious disease or are with it. https://belenpicadopsicologia.com/sobrevivir-cancer/
What Belén Picado has there is something I feel very identified with, and that many people will make by sure. The title is “Surviving cancer, and now what?” In it we talk about the fear that cancer will return, return to work and social, a delayed duel, the role of the family and in the end something vital that is Grow with cancer.
I will try my Diary, in the next few days tom compile things that I think can be very useful both for sailors who like me have gone through similar expeditions, as for sailors that embark on new and exciting expeditions. Many, it is true, would not want to have gone through this. But now it is not possible to think more about it, but to take advantage of all the good that it has and has had, what happens and has happened in this expedition, and in all the good that will be and will happen in the future. I think it can be very useful for everyone.
Today is Saturday and as such we will do what is routine or normal that we have been doing almost every Saturday since we arrived in these lands. Have breakfast, take the car to make the purchase and do things at home and rest. I no longer say if I will go running or not. When I do I will tell you the next day.
And my Diary, little else for today.