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Friday, May 6, 2016

It's a long story

Yes, it is a long story, so I decided to just tell it once.

Short version:  I took a tumble.

Full version:  Here goes.

It started in the front yard. I was busy banging off those dead azalea blossoms and my sister was busy cutting flowers for her party. The little men were in the back yard with Grampy and Uncle Rog. 

Along came a salesman.  Yes, right down our driveway.  He represented an asphalt driveway repair company.

He started his sales pitch and kept talking and I let him keep talking until hubby came into the yard and I let him take over.  So I just kept up my banging and started to move around the corner
forgetting there was one little step.
  Yes, one little step and boom. I was on the ground. I have no idea why.  Don't know what hit first.
 I just know I was on the ground and that salesman just kept talking.
He did lend a hand to hubby to pick me up.  I sat on that one little step for a bit and then got help into the house.
Then we went for dinner at the Burg ( you get to stay in the car and they bring your order to your car window  )
Then  sister and brother in law left
Then  time for little man to go to bed
Then his mommy came home and
Then Hubby took me to the ER.
By then I had found some old crutches and my foot was changing color and swelling ( ok, just a   little )
Nurse Ashlay took care of me
Tech Tara did the x-rays
Dr. Bennett gave the exam and diagnosis:  Sprained foot


That is enough for one day

Good morning ..  

This is how it will look for maybe two weeks. 

This is the little man who prayed for me
with his eyes closed.




This little man also kissed my foot
about three times


This is room service 

This is the view from my couch.
Sunny day.
Screen saver is photo album
It might just be the meds, but i think i can handle not lifting a finger for a couple weeks...well, a few days anyway.



Many thanks for friends and family praying !


1 comment:

Unknown said...

I hope it heals quickly and completely. Meanwhile enjoy the rest. "rest in Him"
Love, Lisette