For a couple of months now, I’ve been feeling listless and fatigued, mentally vague and foggy. It feels a lot like the kind of fatigue and brain-fog I had when going through chemoradiation. I thought it was just a crash, a kind of physical collapse after completing THE BIG WALK, but I realise I got COVID in those early weeks, and have been reading about “long covid”.
Haha, not wanting to be a hypochondriac, but I’m starting to wonder.
Anyway, neither here nor there – in light or shadow, health or sickness – the best thing to do, the ONLY thing to do, is to try your best to keep your hope and optimism, to press forward.
So just working on recompiling all the streams and photos for my online journal (www.captainaustralia.online/journal) and I came across a video where I do an unplanned, completely improvised battle rap for a family affected by paediatric cancer – who wanted me to do a shout-out.
Video below – it turned into a kind of tribute to survivors, I hope you like it: