Saturday, July 21, 2007

These Are the Days

Do you know what it's like to have a twenty-five pound weight drop on your bare foot?

I do.

It happened last night. The offending weight (used in my husband's barbells) was on our couch. I, however, did not know this and when I pulled on a folder file that was mysteriously heavy, I dislodged the weight and it fell down and bounced off my foot.

Yes, bounced.

I spent the rest of the night with my foot propped up and an ice pack on it. When I tried to walk, I about cried. But after awhile, I tried to put some more weight on it and was successful. So, needless to say, I blessedly escaped with a badly bruised foot, but no broken bones. Thank you Lord! That was the last thing I needed - to be on crutches and have my husband disabled, too!

Speaking of my husband, he's scheduled to have a skin graft done on Wednesday morning. Please pray that it will go well.

And speaking of writing...

I have all weekend to work on the novel. So off I go...


  1. Take care of that foot. Now you'll be able to predict the weather!

    Hope your husband's operation goes well.

    And have a good writing weekend.

  2. Ouch, ouch, ouch!! Take care!

    Will be thinking of you and your dh on Wednesday.

  3. Hope your foot heals quickly. What a great looking blog, btw. Nice branding.

  4. How truly painful...hope you're on the quick mend! And your DH as well after his surgery. Happy writing and big hugs


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