Lessons Learned #1: Sunny Side Up

Yesterday, our gastroenterologist ran into Kate at the hospital while she was working. Kate told him about the past four weeks including the Meckel's Diverticulum that had gotten infected and removed. The doctor said something that surprised both of us: the Meckel's Diverticulum is made up of both stomach and pancreatic tissues, which means that I … Continue reading Lessons Learned #1: Sunny Side Up

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Set Backs… and Practicing What you Preach

Set backs are not something I totally prepared for during this process... At least not to the extent in which I would have to come back to the hospital. On Thursday afternoon I experienced some of the worst abdominal pain I've felt since I got my stomach removed. It felt like I had gotten stabbed … Continue reading Set Backs… and Practicing What you Preach

Training Day and How You Can Help Me Support Gastric Cancer Research

It's official, Kate and I have restarted triathlon training and yesterday I ran the furthest distance since parting ways with my stomach. In about 40 days we will be competing in my first "stomachless" triathlon at Pacific Grove (Kate's first triathlon ever) which will make it exactly 6 months, 1 week and 1 day (6 … Continue reading Training Day and How You Can Help Me Support Gastric Cancer Research