The next week wasn’t so good.
This week isn’t so good.
You know what I mean by “not so good”: lots of silliness, little concentration, some meltdowns.
We are still doing low-sal.
I can’t identify any environmental changes since golden week.
What is different is that we are, again, increasing the anti-microbials in Martin’s protocol, trying to reach what his doctor considers full dose.
Martin’s system is sensitive and reactive. I begin to doubt whether we will ever make it to full dose.
I’m going to try an experiment, this week: I’m going to reference Martin’s protocol sheets (I print them at home and keep them all, of course) from our ski week and from the golden week. Whatever dose of each antimicrobial Martin had those weeks, he shall have this week.
I’m writing this at Martin’s taekwondo class. I’m watching him focus on nothing. I’m looking at a kid with half the attention span he had two weeks ago.
And so for a little while, I don’t care whether we are working to reach full dose of antimicrobials.
I just want another golden week.