Wednesday, June 15, 2011

a good excuse

Things have been a little quiet here the past few days, and unfortunately they're going to stay that way for probably a couple more.  I had a little bike accident on the way to work Monday morning and haven't exactly been in the best shape.

I sort of caught myself with my face.  This is me with a few days of healing, and considerably less swelling (my lip was so swollen I haven't been able to eat except through a straw).  Sadly I also took out both my knees (so I can hardly walk), one foot, and my left hand (can't move my badly sprained left index finger, so I'm currently typing with my right hand only. Slow and oddly, full of typo's!).

I'm still reading though! It's about the only thing I can do right now, so I'll have oodles of reviews for you once my finger heals a bit.

Also, Happy Birthday to the amazing hubby.  He's had to baby me, to the  point of coming up with healthy mushy/straw food, and deal with the ambulance/emergency call and other stresses all during a week that should have been bout him!  I have the worst timing on earth.  I'm gonna have to throw him one hell of a party once I'm feeling better

So I hope everyone is having a better week than me! Happy Wednesday!

7 comments:

  1. 'Hugs' hope you get better soon it looks so painful !

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  2. Hope you heal quickly! Bike accidents really mangle the body.

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  3. Wow, I am sorry! Feel better soon!!!

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  4. Oh goodness! I'm glad you are on the mend, and hopefully you'll be completely healed soon!!

    Take Care!

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  5. Man, that's terrible! I'm glad it wasn't more serious, although it does sound pretty bad. Take care of yourself. I hope you heal quickly.

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  6. Your picture gave me heebie jeebies in my knees! Hope you're feeling better soon and it doesn't scar that beautiful face!!!

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  7. I'm so sorry- that looks terrible. I remember having a bad bike spill in college, where I hit a rock and flew head over handlebars into the lap of a homeless guy.

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