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Oh, no, not again!

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Our son called us last night to say that our six-year-old grandson has a broken collar bone. He had broken his arm two years ago to the day. He also was doing the same thing, riding his bike. I suggested he put on a suit of armor. Will probably get more results today as he had an appointment with Dr today.

I am feeling tired from the stress of having clients and the heat, I think. Work usually goes well for me, but was having a struggle with some of the software today and my laptop. SO, here we go again. Technology is wonderful -- when it's working!

This Tuesday became my "oh, no, not again day" with a repeat of a broken bone for DGS and computer tech problems for me. Hoping this evening and tomorrow go much better!
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  • v TATTER3
    Poor baby.
    1132 days ago
  • v DOROTHYBERO
    Hope it gets better all the day around - we are having a much cooler day today - hope you do too - sounds like you need one!
    1133 days ago
  • v MILLISMA
    Sorry to hear about your DGS. Maybe they could wrap him in bubble wrap!!!! Poor kid. Hope he's not too uncomfortable.
    1133 days ago
  • v AMARILYNH
    So sorry - my younger DGS broke a bone in his leg (a spiral break - I'd never heard of that before) when he was just two - he and my older DGS (who was 5) had taken a rubbermaid dishpan there mom used to hold toys, emptied the toys out, and were climbing up on it (like a step) and jumping off. He just landed wrong! Heavy sigh - boys will be boys - what a grandma to do??
    1133 days ago
  • v GOOD-ENOUGH-NOW
    So sorry to hear he was injured!
    Sometimes ya just want to bubble wrap the young'uns.
    Hope he gets better soon.

    Meg
    1133 days ago
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