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Saturday, February 09, 2013

This may not mean what you THINK it means!

Lets just say I got "busted" coming down a flight of stairs today at home. I FELL!!

If it weren't so annoying, it woulda been funny. But it IS, and it's NOT (funny).

Luckily, the worst thing I'm dealing with is one very mildly jammed finger, a slightly sore toe, and a big bruise on my left upper thigh. There's gonna be a sore bruise on that upper thigh tomorrow! 0_o

The main culprits were a new pair of house slippers with NO GRIP on their soles (I picked them on the Internet, AND a set of about 12 sort of slippery, wooden stairs that really need some type of runner or tread on EACH STEP.

I must have sat there about a minute, stunned; making certain NOTHING on me was broken, sprained, or in major pain.

I learned a not-so-little little lesson (not to take my concentration for granted), and more than anything, I was and am truly thankful.

Taking time off for real injury would be a very real bummer. And I thank the Universe for this lesson.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SOKKERNUT 2/14/2013 7:09PM

    Sorry to hear of your accident, hoping you are feeling and doing better.

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TIME2BLOOM4ME 2/11/2013 4:50PM


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CELIAMINER 2/11/2013 8:07AM


Glad you are healing, and THANKS for the reminder to pay attention on the stairs!

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    Thanks for the friend add. Hope you are feeling better soon. Great lessons.

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MSROZZIE 2/10/2013 4:16PM

    emoticon Take care of yourself and that leg bruise. Good that there were no broken bones or anything more serious! emoticon emoticon

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MSBOOTCAMP 2/10/2013 3:50PM

    Thank heaven for homeopathic ARNICA cream (and tablets)!

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KAYATLANTA2010 2/10/2013 3:16PM

    So glad you were not seriously injured! Feel better and I hope the bruise is not so bad... Take care of yourself!

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MSBOOTCAMP 2/10/2013 2:55PM

    Thanks! I'm fine! I knew that yesterday, even before I stood up from "sitting" on the last step. Mainly, I was shook up.

It was pretty much like a fall I could've taken while skiing. Only nobody else saw! LOL.

Note to Self: NEVER "multitask" while walking down steps. 0_o (I was chatting on phone, dividing my attention.)

I should know better, since we know these steps!

Probably people's feet were shorter when this house was brand-new in the 1930s! Seriously. Seems these particular stairs always feel like they're a half-inch or so too narrow.

IT'S TIME for us to plan to add a "grippy" layer of 'something' over top of each step.

Staying in shape has a lot more benefits than we really think about, or realise!

Thanks, friends!

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SPARKLE1908 2/10/2013 1:36PM

    emoticon Glad the injuries weren't worse....

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NATPLUMMER 2/10/2013 9:39AM


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LASKIE2 2/10/2013 9:21AM

    Oh my, you know we are women of a certain age, so we must be careful in our everyday life. I hope you feel better and don't get too many bruises. emoticon

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MARYJOANNA 2/10/2013 5:49AM

  Sorry to hear about your fall. That is the main reason we live on one level. Stairs can be dangerous.

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1HAPPYSPIRIT 2/10/2013 5:38AM

    Sorry to hear of your accident...hopefully, you'll be on the mend soon!

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JSTETSER 2/10/2013 5:27AM

    Take time to visit the chiropractor!
That's what I do!
Read my blog about Dr. Jeb!

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PINKNFITCARLA 2/10/2013 1:18AM

    :-( I'm sorry you fell, but glad you have no major injuries!

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SUPER_ACE115 2/10/2013 12:11AM

    Ouch! I hope you're ok

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