The start of another week of virtually sitting around and waiting. Still, I am hoping to get to the next weekend on a different note.
I will have x-rays and another cat-scan, which might give me an idea on where I am at the moment in terms of my healing progress. I think, and wish, they will look at the results and will tell me that it has been a very fast recovery and I can go back to my normal life... including getting back on the bike!
And talking bike, my Trek Project One started this weekend. No, I didn't go to the fancy Trek Bikes website and put together and ordered a Madone 6.9 with the latest components in my favourite colours.
Actually, I did go on the site for a bit of fun but got bored and totally repelled by the idea that I could have my own little message painted on the top tube. Like those little stickers that amateur riders put on their bikes with their names and flag of the country where they were born in, as the pro riders have on their bikes, I find those features very tasteless.
What I did though, was to pull apart my old Trek 370 race/ commuter bike, which has been dumped since traffic accident #1 last year, and started my own Project One, which involves turning it into a single speed commuter.
I will be posting my progress as I go.