As much as I love to travel and I feel quite at home in hotel rooms, there is nothing like waking up in the bed a grew up in at my parents place in Mora! Got in late last night, had a nice little walk down to the beach in the sun set and I have to say that its fantastic to be back ”home” for a day. Walking by the hills that I thought was huge when I was a kid and we rode snow racers down, only to see that the "moster hill"l I remember was only 3 meter high, seeing all the wood that me and Hans used to bring into the house to heat it with, the lawn on the backside where we used to have an ice-skating rink sure brings back a million great memories from my childhood!
Have grandmoms funeral at lunch today, then back to Sthlm at 4pm, flight to Ängelholm at 9pm, drive to Båstad at 10pm, party in Båstad at 11pm, taxi to Copenhagen at 4am and a flight back to Malaga at 6am. So its going to be a long day, but after the great sleep last night I am sure it will be fine!
I also spent two hours with my physio yesterday and I have to say that I have been a bit nervous the past few weeks as I have not seen her in 7 weeks due to all my travels to Dubai, Monaco and Gumball. I have tried to do my best, but there is always weeks where things dont feel great and you start to wonder if everything is ok.
So when she grabbed my leg and did "the ACL test" my heart almost stopped, only to kick start hard again when she said its all looking great! Once we established that we went through a bunch of new stuff and tested things I never thought I would be able to do at this point. I even did 4 full depth pistal squats on a balance plate (one legged squat) which I never would have dreamed that I could do right now! So the little grey cloud I have felt hovering above me because of the uncertainty is now gone and I feel like a million bucks! Rehab is easy, but the mental game has been way tougher for me, but I think its starting to turn now that I know that me ACL is stabile and I can handle everything I should and a bit more!